Guitar Tab Mining, Analysis and Ranking

  title={Guitar Tab Mining, Analysis and Ranking},
  author={Robert Macrae and Simon Dixon},
With over 4.5 million tablatures and chord sequences (collectively known as tabs), the web holds vast quantities of hand annotated scores in non-standardised text files. These scores are typically error-prone and incomplete, and tab collections contain many duplicates, making retrieval of high quality tabs difficult. Despite this, tabs are by far the most popular means of sharing musical instructions on the internet. We have developed tools that use text analysis and alignment for the automatic… CONTINUE READING
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