Content-Based Retrieval for Digital Audio and Music

  • Changsheng Xu
  • David Dagan Feng
  • Qi Tian
Part of the Signals and Communication Technology book series (SCT)

Abstract

In this chapter, we summarize the research achievements in the area of content-based audio and music retrieval. This chapter covers the research aspects of audio feature extraction, generic audio classification and retrieval, music content analysis, and content-based music retrieval, providing an overview of current research in the area. In addition, two typical systems for content-based audio and music retrieval are discussed in detail. Finally, based on the current technology used in content-based audio/ music retrieval and the demand from real-world applications, future promising directions are identified.

Keywords

Covariance Turkey Autocorrelation Sine Tempo 

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  • Changsheng Xu
  • David Dagan Feng
  • Qi Tian

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