A missing feature approach to instrument identification in polyphonic music

@inproceedings{Eggink2003AMF,
  title={A missing feature approach to instrument identification in polyphonic music},
  author={Jana Eggink and Guy J. Brown},
  booktitle={ICASSP},
  year={2003}
}
Gaussian mixture model (GMM) classifiers have been shown to give good instrument recognition performance for monophonic music played by a single instrument. However, many applications (such as automatic music transcription) require instrument identification from polyphonic, multi-instrumental recordings. We address this problem by incorporating ideas from missing feature theory into a GMM classifier. Specifically, frequency regions that are dominated by energy from an interfering tone are… CONTINUE READING
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