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Web Delivering of Music, International Conference on (2003)
Leeds, United Kingdom
Sept. 15, 2003 to Sept. 17, 2003
ISBN: 0-7695-1935-0
pp: 37
I. Bruno , University of Florence
S. L. Monni , University of Cagliari
P. Nesi , University of Florence
The automatic music recognition from an audio performance is a key problem and a challenge for coding music in western music notation in the digital world. This problem has been addressed in several manners and suitable results obtained when a single and specific instrument and monophonic music are processed. The development of a system for the automatic music transcription being able to recognise and cope with different music instruments is the aim of this paper. Experimental results have shown that for monophonic pieces the recognition is quite viable, while for polyphonic pieces several problems still exist.
beat tracking, pitch recognition, audio processing, automatic music recognition

S. L. Monni, P. Nesi and I. Bruno, "Automatic Music Transcription Supporting Different Instruments," Web Delivering of Music, International Conference on(WEDELMUSIC), Leeds, United Kingdom, 2003, pp. 37.
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