A Probabilistic Framework for Audio-Based Tonal Key and Chord Recognition

@inproceedings{Catteau2006APF,
  title={A Probabilistic Framework for Audio-Based Tonal Key and Chord Recognition},
  author={Benoit Catteau and Jean-Pierre Martens and Marc Leman},
  booktitle={GfKl},
  year={2006}
}
A unified probabilistic framework for audio-based chord and tonal key recognition is described and evaluated. The proposed framework embodies an acoustic observation likelihood model and key & chord transition models. It is shown how to conceive these models and how to use music theory to link key/chord transition probabilities to perceptual similarities between keys/chords. The advantage of a theory based model is that it does not require any training, and consequently, that its performance is… CONTINUE READING
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