Pitch Histograms in Audio and Symbolic Music Information Retrieval

@inproceedings{Tzanetakis2002PitchHI,
  title={Pitch Histograms in Audio and Symbolic Music Information Retrieval},
  author={George Tzanetakis and Andrey Ermolinskiy and Perry R. Cook},
  booktitle={ISMIR},
  year={2002}
}
In order to represent musical content, pitch and timing information is utilized in the majority of existing work in Symbolic Music Information Retrieval (MIR). Symbolic representations such as MIDI allow the easy calculation of such information and its manipulation. In contrast, most of the existing work in Audio MIR uses timbral and beat information, which can be calculated using automatic computer audition techniques. In this paper, Pitch Histograms are defined and proposed as a way to… CONTINUE READING
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Pitch Histograms in Audio and Symbolic Music Information Retrieval

  • G. Tzanetakis, A. Ermolinskyi, P. Cook
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  • 2002

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