Re: initial transients of musical instruments (John Lazzaro )

Subject: Re: initial transients of musical instruments
From:    John Lazzaro  <lazzaro(at)CS.BERKELEY.EDU>
Date:    Sun, 20 Jan 2002 10:56:53 -0800

> alexander lerch <lerch(at)ZPLANE.DE> writes > > I am looking for references or links to publications about the > intial transients of musical instruments. I'm particularly > interested in woodwind and string instruments. One area that has seen a lot of work, because of its commercial significance, is detecting the pitch of a musical tone from the initial transient -- this is useful for boxes that let acoustic instruments control music synthesizers in real time. I don't have a full bibliography handy, but these two links give a flavor for the type of work in the field: ------------------------------------------------------------------------- John Lazzaro -- Research Specialist -- CS Division -- EECS -- UC Berkeley lazzaro [at] cs [dot] berkeley [dot] edu -------------------------------------------------------------------------

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