Onset Based Audio Segmentation for the Irish Tin Whistle.
A technique for segmenting tin whistle audio
signals according to the position of the note onsets 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 a note starts and releases.
Musical ornamentation, such as cuts and strikes, are very
common in Irish Traditional music and are played during
the onset stage. Taking advantage of this musical feature,
a novel technique for improving the onset time estimation
is also presented.
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