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A real-time system for measuring sound goodness in instrumental sounds

@article{Picas2015ARS,
  title={A real-time system for measuring sound goodness in instrumental sounds},
  author={Oriol Romani Picas and Hector Parra Rodriguez and Dara Dabiri and Hiroshi Tokuda and Wataru Hariya and Koji Oishi and Xavier Serra},
  journal={Journal of The Audio Engineering Society},
  year={2015}
}
Comunicacio presentada a la 138th Audio Engineering Society Convention, celebrada a Varsovia (Polonia) els dies 7 a 10 de maig de 2015 i organitzada per la Audio Engineering Society. 

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