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Title: REFINING MUSIC SIGNAL TO LYRIC TEXT SYNCHRONIZATION FROM LINE-LEVEL TO SYLLABLE-LEVEL BY CONSTRAINING DYNAMIC TIME WARPING SEARCH
Authors: DENNY ISKANDAR
Keywords: lyric music synchronization HMM DTW karaoke
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2007
Source: DENNY ISKANDAR (2007-11-01). REFINING MUSIC SIGNAL TO LYRIC TEXT SYNCHRONIZATION FROM LINE-LEVEL TO SYLLABLE-LEVEL BY CONSTRAINING DYNAMIC TIME WARPING SEARCH. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The problem we consider in this thesis is synchronization between lyric text and the corresponding singing voice recording. We limit the singing to the pop genre to make the problem manageable. The recordings we consider in this problem are those we can obtain from ripping an off-the-shelf audio CD. The goal of synchronization is to compute a series of timestamps that mark where in the input audio a text entity starts and ends. For example, line-level synchronization means computing timestamps that mark the start and end times of each lyric line in the audio. In this thesis, our goal is to compute syllable-level synchronization assuming that we are provided with an accurate line-level synchronization.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/13382
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