SAMA - signal-based rhythm analysis


- Overview of signal-based rhythm analysis*, by Olivier

- Planification for 2019

* One objective, among others, of SAMA is to explain the technical concepts to a non-expert audience. You are welcome to attend the meeting even if you don’t know anything about this particular domain of research.

Slides of the meeting

Literature reference:

Dixon. Evaluation of the Audio Beat Tracking System BeatRoot. JNMR 2007.

Gouyon, Dixon. A review of automatic rhythm description systems. Computer Mus. J., 29, 1, 34–54, 2005.

Klapuri, Eronen, Astola. Analysis of the meter of acoustic musical signals. IEEE Trans. Acoustics Speech Sig. Proc.,14, 1, 342–355, 2006.

Koops, Volk & de Haas. Corpus-based rhythmic pattern analysis of ragtime syncopation. ISMIR 2015.

Krebs et al. Downbeat tracking using beat-synchronous features and recurrent neural networks. ISMIR 2016.

Lartillot, Eerola, Toivianen, Fornari. Multi-feature modeling of pulse clarity. ISMIR 2008.

Lartillot et al. Estimating tempo and metrical features by tracking the whole metrical hierarchy. ICME 2013.

Lerdahl & Jackendoff (1983). A generative theory of tonal music. MIT Press.

Longuet-Higgins & Lee. The perception of musical rhythms. Perception, 11(2):115–128, 1982.

Panteli, Bogaards, Honingh. Modeling rhythm similarity for electronic dance music. ISMIR 2014.

Saap. (2007). Comparative analysis of multiple musical performances. ISMIR 2007.

Scheirer. (1998). Tempo and beat analysis of acoustic musical signals. J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 103(1), 558-601.

Temperley. (1999) The cognition of basic musical structures. MIT Press.

Toiviainen, P. & Eerola. (2006). Autocorrelation in meter induction: The role of accent structure. J. Acoust. Soc. Am.,119(2).

Toiviainen & Snyder. (2003). Tapping to bach: Resonance-based modeling of pulse. Music Perception, 21(1), 43-80.

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