Bayesian harmonic models for musical signal analysis

@inproceedings{Davy2003BayesianHM,
  title={Bayesian harmonic models for musical signal analysis},
  author={Manuel Davy and Simon J. Godsill},
  year={2003}
}
This paper is concerned with the Bayesian analysis of musical signals. The ultimate aim is to use Bayesian hierarchical structures in order to infer quantities at the highest level, including such quantities as musical pitch, dynamics, timbre, instrument identity, etc. Analysis of real musical signals is complicated by many things, including the presence of transient sounds, noises and the complex structure of musical pitches in the frequency domain. The problem is truly Bayesian in that there… CONTINUE READING

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