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Identification of Partials in Polyphonic Mixtures Based on Temporal Envelope Similarity
In musical instrument sound source separation, the temporal envelopes of the partials are correlated due to the physical constraints of the instruments. With this assumption, separation algorithms then exploit the similarities between the partial envelopes in order to group partials into sources. In this paper, we quantitatively investigate the partial temporal envelope similarities of a large database of instrument samples and develop weighting functions in order to model the similarities. These model partials then provide a reference to identify similar partials of the same source. The partial identification algorithm is evaluated in the separation of polyphonic mixtures and is shown to successfully discriminate between partials from different sources.
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