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Artificial Intelligence Approach to the Detection of Events in a Musical Signal
Experiments with events detection in a musical signal with the use of the learning algorithm are described. Particular attention is paid to the recognition of transient states in pipe organ sound. The concept of the computer pipe organ control system is based on the artificial intelligence approach raised from these experiments. Other applications, such as learning algorithm to musical pattern recognition, impulse-noise detection, and analyzing of transient states in musical sound, are discussed and illustrated with the experiment results.
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