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AUDIO SIGNAL CLASSIFICATION

@inproceedings{Subramanian2004AUDIOSC,
  title={AUDIO SIGNAL CLASSIFICATION},
  author={Hariharan Subramanian and Preeti Rao and Devashree Roy},
  year={2004}
}
Audio signal classification system analyzes the input audio signal and creates a label that describes the signal at the output. These are used to characterize both music and speech signals. The categorization can be done on the basis of pitch, music content, music tempo and rhythm. The signal classifier analyzes the content of the audio format thereby extracting information about the content from the audio data. This is also called audio content analysis, which extends to retrieval of content… 
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