|Title:||A new method for adaptive spectral complexity reduction of music signals|
|Abstract:||In this discussion paper we present a novel unsupervised segmentation procedure for music signals which relies on an explained variance criterion in the eigenspace of the constant-Q spectral domain. The procedure is used in the context of a spectral complexity reduction method which mitigates effects of cochlear hearing loss. It is compared to a segmentation based on equidistant boundaries. The results demonstrate that the proposed segmentation procedure gives an improvement in terms of signal- to-artefacts ratio in comparison to a segmentation based on equidistant boundaries.|
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