Music Technology with Swing

@inproceedings{Aramaki2017MusicTW,
  title={Music Technology with Swing},
  author={Mitsuko Aramaki and Matthew E. P. Davies and Richard Kronland-Martinet and S{\o}lvi Ystad},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  year={2017}
}
In this paper we study the automatic recognition of sound categories (such as fridge, mixers or sawing sounds) from their vocal imitations. Vocal imitations are made of a succession over time of sounds produced using vocal mechanisms that can largely differ from the ones used in speech. We develop here a recognition approach inspired by automatic-speech-recognition systems, with an acoustic model (that maps the audio signal to a set of probability over “phonemes”) and a language model (that… CONTINUE READING

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