The Automated Music Transcription Problem

@inproceedings{Hainsworth2004TheAM,
  title={The Automated Music Transcription Problem},
  author={Stephen W. Hainsworth and Malcolm D. Macleod},
  year={2004}
}
Automated transcription of polyphonic music is a difficult task which has been attempted over the last 30 years by a number of researchers with only partial success. The problem is highly complex and is not simple even for humans. In fact, for humans transcription is a specialised task which can generally only be undertaken successfully after years of musical training. One facet of this paper concerns a study of 19 musicians who responded to a survey as to how they transcribed music… CONTINUE READING

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