Gainza, Mikel and Coyle, Eugene and Lawlor, Bob
Single-note Ornementation Transcription for the Irish Tin Whislte based on Onset Detection.
In: DAFX-04 the 7th Int. Conference on Digital Audio Effects, October 5-8 2004, Naples, Italy.
Ornamentation plays a very important role in Irish Traditional
music, giving more expression to the music by altering or
embellishing small pieces of a melody. Single-note ornamentation,
such as cuts and strikes, are the most common type in Irish
Traditional music and are played by articulating the note pitch
during the onset stage. A technique for transcribing single note
ornamentation for the tin whistle based on onset detection is
presented. This method focuses on the characteristics of the tin
whistle within Irish traditional music, customising a time-frequency
based representation for detecting the instant when new notes are
played using single-note ornamentation start and release.
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||Single-note Ornamentation; Irish Tin Whistle;
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