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Nowadays, a lot of things can be automated, but, what about automating the automation? in other words, an Artificial Intelligence algorithm that creates algorithms to solve test cases? Maybe genetic algorithms is not the best approach, because making crossover between codes not always produces a better code. And emulating the code all the time when using recursion or loops can be uncomputable.
The novel guitar transcription algorithm by Fraunhofer IDMT automatically translates recordings of electric guitar into tablature notation. Only the output signal of an electric guitar is needed for this analysis. The note recognition is able to recognize polyphonic chord sequences as well as monophonic melodies. For each note, the following parameters are automatically estimated: fundamental frequency, played string, guitar-specific playing techniques, plucking style, expression style. Thus, the guitar signal can be automatically translated into Tablature, MIDI, Music-XML or other digital music notation formats. Thanks to the detailed recognition of note parameters, the guitar signal can as well be encoded with very few bits. On decoding side, it can be reconstructed to sound as the or...