librosa : Audio and Music Signal Analysis in Python

@inproceedings{McFee2015librosaA,
  title={librosa : Audio and Music Signal Analysis in Python},
  author={Brian McFee and Colin Raffel and Dawen Liang and Daniel Patrick Whittlesey Ellis and Matt McVicar and Eric Battenberg and Oriol Nieto},
  year={2015}
}
This document describes version 0.4.0 of librosa: a Python package for audio and music signal processing. At a high level, librosa provides implementations of a variety of common functions used throughout the field of music information retrieval. In this document, a brief overview of the library’s functionality is provided, along with explanations of the design goals, software development practices, and notational conventions. 
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