EVENT-SYNCHRONOUS MUSIC ANALYSIS / SYNTHESIS

@inproceedings{Jehan2004EVENTSYNCHRONOUSMA,
  title={EVENT-SYNCHRONOUS MUSIC ANALYSIS / SYNTHESIS},
  author={Tristan Jehan},
  year={2004}
}
This work presents a novel framework for music synthesis , based on the perceptual structure analysis of pre-existing musical signals, for example taken from a personal MP3 database. We raise the important issue of grounding music analysis on perception, and propose a bottom-up approach to music analysis, as well as modeling, and synthesis. A model of segmentation for polyphonic signals is described, and is qualitatively validated through several artifact-free music resynthesis experiments, e.g… CONTINUE READING
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