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Polyphony Number Estimator for Piano Recordings Using Different Spectral Patterns
One of the main tasks of a polyphonic transcription system is the estimation of the number of voices, i.e. the polyphony number. The correct estimation of this parameter is very important for polyphonic transcription systems, this task has not been discussed in depth in the known transcription systems. The aim of this paper is to propose a novel estimation method of the polyphony number for piano recordings. This new method is based on the use of two different types of spectral patterns: single-note patterns and composed-note patterns. The usage of composed-note patterns in the estimation of the polyphony number and in the polyphonic detection process has not been previously reported in the literature.
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