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Automated Detection of Single- and Multi-Note Ornaments in Irish Traditional Flute Playing

@inproceedings{Kker2014AutomatedDO,
  title={Automated Detection of Single- and Multi-Note Ornaments in Irish Traditional Flute Playing},
  author={M{\"u}nevver K{\"o}k{\"u}er and Peter Jan{\vc}ovi{\vc} and Islah Ali-MacLachlan and Cham Athwal},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2014}
}
This paper presents an automatic system for the detection of single- and multi-note ornaments in Irish traditional flute playing. This is a challenging problem because ornaments are notes of a very short duration. The presented ornament detection system is based on first detecting onsets and then exploiting the knowledge of musical ornamentation. We employed onset detection methods based on signal envelope and fundamental frequency and customised their parameters to the detection of soft onsets… 

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