Detection and modeling of transient audio signals with prior information

@inproceedings{Smith2005DetectionAM,
  title={Detection and modeling of transient audio signals with prior information},
  author={Julius O. Smith and Harvey D. Thornburg},
  year={2005}
}
Many musical audio signals are well represented as a sum of sinusoids with slowly varying parameters. This representation has uses in audio coding, time and pitch scale modification, and automated music analysis, among other areas. Transients (events where the spectral content changes abruptly, or regions for which spectral content is best modeled as undergoing persistent change) pose particular challenges for these applications. We aim to detect abrupt-change transients, identify transient… CONTINUE READING

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