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TIV.lib: an open-source library for the tonal description of musical audio

  title={TIV.lib: an open-source library for the tonal description of musical audio},
  author={Ant{\'o}nio Ramires and Gilberto Bernardes and Matthew E. P. Davies and Xavier Serra},
Comunicacio prsentada a: International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx) celebrada del 8 al 12 de setembre de 2020 a Viena, Austria. 

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