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The Intelligent Music Editor: Towards an Automated Platform for Music Analysis and Editing

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The Intelligent Music Editor: Towards an Automated Platform for Music Analysis and Editing
Digital music editing is a standard process in music production for correcting mistakes and enhancing quality, but this is tedious and timeconsuming. The Intelligent Music Editor, or IMED, automates routine music editing tasks using advanced techniques for music transcription (especially score alignment), and signal processing. The IMED starts with multiple recorded tracks and a detailed score that specifies all of the notes to be played. A transcription algorithm locates notes in the recording and identifies their pitch. A scheduling model tracks instantaneous tempo of the recorded performance and determines adjusted timings for output tracks. A time-domain pitch modification/time stretching algorithm performs pitch correction and time adjustment. An empirical evaluation on a multi-track recording illustrates the proposed algorithms achieve an onset detection accuracy of 87% and a detailed subjective evaluation shows that the IMED improves pitch and timing accuracy while retaining the...
Yuxiang Liu, Roger B. Dannenberg, Lianhong Cai
Added 12 Feb 2011
Updated 12 Feb 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ICIC
Authors Yuxiang Liu, Roger B. Dannenberg, Lianhong Cai
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