Automated Rhythm Transcription

@inproceedings{Raphael2001AutomatedRT,
  title={Automated Rhythm Transcription},
  author={Christopher Raphael},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2001}
}
We present a technique that, given a sequence of musical note onset times, performs simultaneous iden-tiication of the notated rhythm and the variable tempo associated with the times. Our formulation is probabilistic: We develop a stochastic model for the interconnected evolution of a rhythm process, a tempo process, and an observable process. This model allows the globally optimal identiication of the most likely rhythm and tempo sequence, given the observed onset times. We demonstrate… CONTINUE READING
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