Additive & Spectral: Spectral Modeling

McAulay/Quatieri

Sinusoidal modeling can be conisdered a higher level algorithm for the additive synthesis of harmonic sounds. It has first been used in speech processing by McAulay, R. and Quatieri (1986). For low framerates they proposed a time-domain method for partial synthesis with original phases of the partials.

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R. McAulay and T. Quatieri (1986)


SMS

The above presented sinusoidal modeling approach captures only the harmonic portion of a sound. With the Sinusoids plus Noise model (SMS), Serra and Smith (1990) introduced the Deterministic + Stochastic model for spectral modeling, in order to model components in the signal which are not captured by partial tracking. A sound is therefor modeled as a combination of a dererministic component - the sinusoids - and a stochasctic component:

\(x = x_{DET} + x_{STO}\)

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Deterministic + Stochastic model (Serra and Smith, 1990)

Sines + Transients + Noise

Even the harmonic and noise model can not capture all components of musical sounds. The third - and in this line last - signal component to be included are the transients.

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Sines + Transients + Noise (Levine and Smith, 1998)


2007

  • Arturo Camacho. Swipe: A Sawtooth Waveform Inspired Pitch Estimator for Speech and Music. PhD thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, 2007.
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2005

2002

  • Alain de Cheveigné and Hideki Kawahara. YIN, a Fundamental Frequency Estimator for Speech and Music. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 111(4):1917–1930, 2002.
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1998

1990

1986

  • R. McAulay and T. Quatieri. Speech analysis/Synthesis based on a sinusoidal representation. Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on, 34(4):744–754, 1986.
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  • T Quatieri and Rl McAulay. Speech transformations based on a sinusoidal representation. IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 34(6):1449–1464, 1986.
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