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Joint Detection and Tracking of Time-Varying Harmonic Components: A Flexible Bayesian Approach

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2 Author(s)
Dubois, C. ; IRCCyN, Nantes ; Davy, Manuel

This paper addresses the joint estimation and detection of time-varying harmonic components in audio signals. We follow a flexible viewpoint, where several frequency/amplitude trajectories are tracked in spectrogram using particle filtering. The core idea is that each harmonic component (composed of a fundamental partial together with several overtone partials) is considered a target. Tracking requires to define a state-space model with state transition and measurement equations. Particle filtering algorithms rely on a so-called sequential importance distribution, and we show that it can be built on previous multipitch estimation algorithms, so as to yield an even more efficient estimation procedure with established convergence properties. Moreover, as our model captures all the harmonic model information, it actually separates the harmonic sources. Simulations on synthetic and real music data show the interest of our approach

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Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

May 2007

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