An Introduction to Audio Content Analysis: Applications in Signal Processing and Music Informatics (2012)

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An Introduction to Audio Content Analysis: Applications in Signal Processing and Music Informatics (2012)

by Alexander Lerch, Wiley-IEEE Press, July 2012.

Publisher's Description: The book describes several methods related to music and audio processing devoted music information retrieval: automated intelligent browsing, retrieving and processing of audio and music data from the Internet and from user databases.

The book presents musical and perceptual properties that can aid in performing these tasks, with chapters on intensity, tonal analysis (pitch), temporal analysis (tempo, rhythm), and techniques related to alignment of musical signals, genre classification, fingerprinting and music performance analysis.

More information can be found at the book website.

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