• Published 2005

Onset Detection in Polyphonic Signals by means of Transient Peak Classification

@inproceedings{Ircam2005OnsetDI,
  title={Onset Detection in Polyphonic Signals by means of Transient Peak Classification},
  author={Ircam and Igor Stravinsky and France},
  year={2005}
}
This abstract describes an onset detection algorithm that is based on a classification of spectral peaks into transient and non-transient peaks and a statistical model of the classification results to prevent detection of random transient peaks due to noise. A special feature of the proposed algorithm is that it is suitable for real time analysis with a maximum delay of only an 8-th part of the analysis window. 

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