TEMPO EXTRACTION FOR AUDIO RECORDINGS

@inproceedings{AlonsoTEMPOEF,
  title={TEMPO EXTRACTION FOR AUDIO RECORDINGS},
  author={Miguel A. Alonso and B Bracewell David and Ga{\"e}l Richard}
}
Nowadays, the problem of tempo estimation of audio recordings receives a large amount of attention from the automatic audio processing community. Applications for this task include automatic playlist generation, synchronization of audio tracks, computer based music transcription, music information retrieval... This article presents a technique for estimating and tracking the tempo and beat phase in audio recordings. The proposed method relies on a front end that detects phenomenal accents and… CONTINUE READING

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