[LAD] Polyphonic normal guitar to midi: Jam Origins' MIDI-Guitar

Tim termtech at rogers.com
Tue Jun 26 18:44:48 CEST 2018

On 06/26/2018 02:44 AM, Bengt Gördén wrote:
> Den 2018-06-26 kl. 00:31, skrev Tim:
>> I read they use more than just spectral stuff.
>> Like AI used in speech recognition and so on.
> <snip>
>> Amazing what DSP audio and image coding can do these days.
>> Any thoughts on coding techniques? I've read a lot of papers!
>> Some say using FFTs + auto-correlation comparisons.
>> Some say non-negative matrix.
>  From the abstract of the patent [1] [2]
> "An audio matching method, use of the method in a game system, an audio
> matching system and a data carrier are provided, where the audio
> matching method is for comparing an input audio fragment with reference
> audio fragment variants, the method being an incremental search method,
> including repeating the steps of: obtaining a number of reference audio
> fragments variants on the basis of one or more stored audio fragments
> from a reference storage; and comparing the input audio fragment against
> the number of reference audio fragment variants to determine a
> comparison result; whereby repetition of the steps is carried out a
> predetermined number of times or as long as the comparison result improves."
> SOS had a review of it 4 years ago [3]
> ref.
> [1]
> https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/93/f6/7b/30b78e5067b5e5/US20120132057A1.pdf
> [2] https://patents.google.com/patent/US20120132057A1/en
> [3] https://www.soundonsound.com/reviews/jam-origin-midi-guitar
> Cheers,

Awesome. Thank you for that.
I am always late to the party, but I can't help gushing
  over this thing since I have a special interest in it.


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