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Towards Structural Analysis of Audio Recordings in the Presence of Musical Variations
EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing
One major goal of structural analysis of an audio recording is to automatically extract the repetitive structure or, more generally, the musical form of the underlying piece of music. Recent approaches to this problem work well for music where the repetitions largely agree with respect to instrumentation and tempo, as is typically the case for popular music. For other classes of music such as Western classical music, however, musically similar audio segments may exhibit significant variationsdoi:10.1155/2007/89686 fatcat:5rzpkx7hxnd4ncbb3zgcf6glwm