Multipitch Estimation of Piano Sounds Using a New Probabilistic Spectral Smoothness Principle

@article{Emiya2010MultipitchEO,
  title={Multipitch Estimation of Piano Sounds Using a New Probabilistic Spectral Smoothness Principle},
  author={Valentin Emiya and Roland Badeau and Bertrand David},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing},
  year={2010},
  volume={18},
  pages={1643-1654}
}
A new method for the estimation of multiple concurrent pitches in piano recordings is presented. It addresses the issue of overlapping overtones by modeling the spectral envelope of the overtones of each note with a smooth autoregressive model. For the background noise, a moving-average model is used and the combination of both tends to eliminate harmonic and sub-harmonic erroneous pitch estimations. This leads to a complete generative spectral model for simultaneous piano notes, which also… CONTINUE READING
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