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Production Effect: Audio Features For Recording Techniques Description And Decade Prediction

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Production Effect: Audio Features For Recording Techniques Description And Decade Prediction
 

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Tardieu, Damien (auteur)
 
Deruty, Emmanuel (auteur)
 
Charbuillet, Christophe (auteur)
 
Peeters, Geoffroy (auteur)
 

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Paris, France , 2011
 

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In this paper we address the problem of the description of music production techniques from the audio signal. Over the past decades sound engineering techniques have changed drastically. New recording technologies, extensive use of compressors and limiters or new stereo techniques have deeply modified the sound of records. We propose three features to describe these evolutions in music production. They are based on the dynamic range of the signal, energy difference between channels and phase spread between channels. We measure the relevance of these features on a task of automatic classification of Pop/Rock songs into decades. In the context of Music Information Retrieval this kind of description could be very useful to better describe the content of a song or to assess the similarity between songs.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : Int. Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-11)
 

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2011-11-04 01:00:00
 

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