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Timbre models of musical sounds - from the model of one sound to the model of one instrument

@inproceedings{Jensen1999TimbreMO,
  title={Timbre models of musical sounds - from the model of one sound to the model of one instrument},
  author={Karl Kristoffer Jensen},
  booktitle={Technical report / University of Copenhagen / Datalogisk institut},
  year={1999}
}
This work involves the analysis of musical instrument sounds, the creation of timbre models, the estimation of the parameters of the timbre models and the analysis of the timbre model parameters. The timbre models are found by studying the literature of auditory perception, and by studying the gestures of music performance. Some of the important results from this work are an improved fundamental frequency estimator, a new envelope analysis method, and simple intuitive models for the sound of… Expand
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