Audio Analysis using the Discrete Wavelet Transform

@inproceedings{Tzanetakis2001AudioAU,
  title={Audio Analysis using the Discrete Wavelet Transform},
  author={George Tzanetakis and Georg Essl and Perry R. Cook},
  year={2001}
}
The Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) is a transformation that can be used to analyze the temporal and spectral properties of non-stationary signals li ke audio. In this paper we describe some applications of the DWT to the problem of extracting information from non-speech audio. More specifically automatic classification of various types of audio using the DWT is described and compared with other traditional feature extractors proposed in the literature. In addition, a technique for detecting… CONTINUE READING

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