Sub-band Independent Subspace Analysis for Drum Transcription

@inproceedings{Fitzgerald2003SubbandIS,
  title={Sub-band Independent Subspace Analysis for Drum Transcription},
  author={Derry Fitzgerald and E. Coyle and Bob Lawlor},
  year={2003}
}
While Independent Subspace Analysis provides a means of separating sound sources from a single channel signal, making it an effective tool for drum transcription, it does have a number of problems. Not least of these is that the amount of information required to allow separation of sound sources varies from signal to signal. To overcome this indeterminacy and improve the robustness of transcription an extension of Independent Subspace Analysis to include sub-band processing is proposed. The use… CONTINUE READING
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