Harmonic Adaptive Latent Component Analysis of Audio and Application to Music Transcription

@article{Fuentes2013HarmonicAL,
  title={Harmonic Adaptive Latent Component Analysis of Audio and Application to Music Transcription},
  author={Benoit Fuentes and Roland Badeau and Ga{\"e}l Richard},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing},
  year={2013},
  volume={21},
  pages={1854-1866}
}
Recently, new methods for smart decomposition of time-frequency representations of audio have been proposed in order to address the problem of automatic music transcription. However those techniques are not necessarily suitable for notes having variations of both pitch and spectral envelope over time. The HALCA (Harmonic Adaptive Latent Component Analysis) model presented in this article allows considering those two kinds of variations simultaneously. Each note in a constant-Q transform is… CONTINUE READING
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