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EA, ASJ-H, ASJ-MA, ASJ-SP 2022-07-07
13:25
Hokkaido   Making Musical Instrument Sound by Full Scratch Synthesis
Naofumi Aoki (Hokkaido Univ.) EA2022-15
This study focuses on archiving the know-how of sound synthesis techniques for developing teaching materials of acoustic... [more] EA2022-15
pp.8-11
EST 2022-01-27
16:40
Online Online Study on the Effect of Periodic Fluctuations of Musical Instrument Sounds on Hearing
Kazuhiro Shiba, Takuiti hirano (TCU) EST2021-73
The sound of a musical instrument looks like a periodic waveform, but there are minute changes (variations, irregulariti... [more] EST2021-73
pp.79-83
SP, IPSJ-SLP, IPSJ-MUS 2021-06-19
15:00
Online Online Investigation on fine-tuning with image classification networks for deep neural network-based musical instrument classification
Yuki Shiroma, Yuma Kinoshita, Sayaka Shiota, Hitoshi Kiya (TMU) SP2021-17
In this paper, we investigate abilities of channel conversion methods for fine-tuning with image classification networks... [more] SP2021-17
pp.75-79
HIP, VRSJ 2021-02-18
11:35
Online Online Cross-modal correspondence between instrument sounds and colors -- its relationship with the period of musical experience --
Hirotaka Yamasaki, Wataru Teramoto (Kumamoto Univ.) HIP2020-73
Studies have investigated crossmodal correspondence between instrumental sounds and colors. Here we investigated whether... [more] HIP2020-73
pp.6-11
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2019-03-04
09:55
Tokyo University of Electro Communications The percussion instruments separation method using the Deep U-Net
Yosuke Ito, Kuroyanagi Susumu (NIT) NC2018-44
Modern popular music is often mixed with harmonic musical instruments and percussion instruments. Therefore, when analyz... [more] NC2018-44
pp.1-6
SP 2017-08-30
11:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Poster Presentation] Investigation of performance difference by characteristics of instrument sound for specific musical instrument sound extraction based on NMF
Saki Umeda, Hideki Banno, Kensaku Asahi (Meijo Univ.) SP2017-27
Music sound signal contains many instrument sounds, however, it is difficult for amateur musicians to differentiate the ... [more] SP2017-27
pp.37-38
EA, ASJ-H 2017-07-21
12:05
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. A Study on Evaluation of Acoustic Characteristics of Wind Instruments Using High Resolution Measurement System
Yuka Manabe, Tomoaki Magome, Shuya Ogino, Kan Okubo (Tokyo Met. Univ.) EA2017-12
For the past several decades, many studies have been reported about the influence of the material of musical instruments... [more] EA2017-12
pp.69-74
PRMU, BioX 2017-03-21
16:50
Aichi   On Data Extension For Signal Data
Shu Eguchi, Masaru Tanaka, Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka Univ.), Takio Kurita (Hiroshima Univ.) BioX2016-73 PRMU2016-236
Efficient learning using limited data in machine learning is also important now even in the era of big data. In the case... [more] BioX2016-73 PRMU2016-236
pp.237-242
IBISML 2016-11-16
15:00
Kyoto Kyoto Univ. [Poster Presentation] Musical Instrument Sound Classification through CNN with Wavelet Analysis
Shu Eguchi, Masaru Tanaka, Jun Fujiki (Fukuoka Univ.), Takio Kurita (Hiroshima Univ.) IBISML2016-51
In music information processing, the instrument sounds analysis using a computer is an important research theme to analy... [more] IBISML2016-51
pp.45-49
US, EA
(Joint)
2013-01-24
11:20
Kyoto Kambaikan, Doshisha Univ. Signal separation for real instruments based on supervised NMF with basis deformation
Daichi Kitamura, Hiroshi Saruwatari, Kiyohiro Shikano (NAIST), Kazunobu Kondo, Yu Takahashi (Yamaha) EA2012-121
Nonnegative Matrix Factorization (NMF) is one of the technique used for separation of an audio mixture that consists of ... [more] EA2012-121
pp.13-18
EA, EMM 2011-12-09
14:45
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. An Audio Watermarking Method for Multiple Instrumental Music Based on Musical Instrument Identification
Harumi Murata, Akio Ogihara, Motoi Iwata, Akira Shiozaki (Osaka Prefecture Univ.) EA2011-100 EMM2011-60
The objective of this work is to devise a new way to embed a watermark into digital audio signal. In the conventional me... [more] EA2011-100 EMM2011-60
pp.25-30
US 2011-08-30
14:20
Ibaraki NRIFE Development of a fine-scale acoustic positioning and telemetry system
Tomio Shinke, Takashi Kamoshida (SIT), Kotaro Ichikawa (RIHN), Hiromichi Mitamura, Nobuaki Arai (Kyoto Univ.) US2011-43
Biotelemetry is a survey method for fish movements using ultrasonic transmitter. Previous biotelemetry systems could not... [more] US2011-43
pp.11-16
EA 2011-08-10
14:00
Miyagi RIEC, Tohoku Univ. Cross synthesis vocoder that preserves both speech intelligibility and instruments' timbre
Taiki Nishi, Ryuichi Nisimura, Toshio Irino, Hideki Kawahara (Wakayama Univ.) EA2011-64
TANDEM-STRAIGHT, an F0-adaptive spectral envelope extraction procedure was applied to cross synthesis VOCODER,
which sy... [more]
EA2011-64
pp.87-92
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-09
14:10
Tokyo Tamagawa University Multiple sounds classification system for hearing impaired people support
Yosuke Kaga, Mauricio Kugler, Susumu Kuroyanagi, Akira Iwata (NIT) NC2010-198
A hearing information processing system using learning vector quantization neural networks based on the human auditory m... [more] NC2010-198
pp.415-420
SP 2010-11-19
13:00
Aichi Aichi Prefectural Univ. A study on the acoustical role of the vocal tract of trumpet player
Tokihiko Kaburagi, Naoyuki Yamada (Kyushu Univ.) SP2010-83
Brass instruments are blowed by vibrating the lips of the player just as the sound source of voice is produced by vibrat... [more] SP2010-83
pp.83-88
EA 2010-08-09
14:00
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Acoustical evaluation of a spherical loudspeaker with multi-dimensional radiation directivities -- Reproduction of acoustic radiation patterns of musical instruments --
Katuhiro Maki, Toshiyuki Kimura, Michiaki Katsumoto (NICT) EA2010-45
This group has been developed a spherical loudspeaker that is able to represent various sound radiation directivities, w... [more] EA2010-45
pp.13-18
EA 2009-10-23
09:15
Niigata   On Timber Discrimiation of Brass Instruments Based on Critical Band Model
Kaoru Yamanaka, Kenji Furihata (Shinshu Univ.) EA2009-66
Usefulness of a critical bandwidth model using second-order FIR filters is experimentally discussed. Critical bands desc... [more] EA2009-66
pp.61-66
SP 2008-06-27
- 2008-06-28
Hokkaido   On Speech Producing Rites by use of Orally Resonating Instruments in Northeast Eurasia -- Ainu jews-harps mukkuri and throat-exchange games rekukkara --
Isao Shimomura (KIT) SP2008-34
The problems related with speaking jews-harps and throat-exchange games were discussed. In Chinese literature of North ... [more] SP2008-34
pp.83-88
SP 2007-11-28 Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology Detection method for speech comteting music using siinusoidal trajectories
Toru Taniguchi, Katsuhiko Shirai (Waseda Univ.) SP2007-88
In this article, a speech detection method using temporal
characteristics of the sinusoidal trajectories extracted from... [more]
SP2007-88
pp.13-18
NC 2007-03-16
13:20
Tokyo Tamagawa University Instrument Identification with line spectral pairs (LSP)
Mizuki Ihara, Shin-ichi Maeda, Shin Ishii (NAIST)
To model sound or speech production processes can be applied to audio encoding, talker and instrument identification and... [more] NC2006-207
pp.115-118
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