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Using the Methods of Music Signal Tempo Detection for the Generation of Synchronisation Signals ransmitted by the MIDI Protocol

Originální název

Using the Methods of Music Signal Tempo Detection for the Generation of Synchronisation Signals ransmitted by the MIDI Protocol

Anglický název

Using the Methods of Music Signal Tempo Detection for the Generation of Synchronisation Signals ransmitted by the MIDI Protocol

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

For mutual synchronisation of electronic musical instruments, recording equipment, and the other musical electronics the synchronisation codes transmitted by the MIDI protocol are used. These codes are defined in the MIDI standard and they are derived from the song tempo - in certain time intervals the master device transmits the ”markers”. According to them the slave devices derive the data transmission speed or the recording speed. The contribution deals with the tempo detection methods that are suitable for fast processing in real time and which can respond the changes in tempo, detect the first beat and provide synchronisation drop-out immunity.

Anglický abstrakt

For mutual synchronisation of electronic musical instruments, recording equipment, and the other musical electronics the synchronisation codes transmitted by the MIDI protocol are used. These codes are defined in the MIDI standard and they are derived from the song tempo - in certain time intervals the master device transmits the ”markers”. According to them the slave devices derive the data transmission speed or the recording speed. The contribution deals with the tempo detection methods that are suitable for fast processing in real time and which can respond the changes in tempo, detect the first beat and provide synchronisation drop-out immunity.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT2326,
  author="Jiří {Schimmel}",
  title="Using the Methods of Music Signal Tempo Detection for the Generation of Synchronisation Signals ransmitted by the MIDI Protocol",
  annote="For mutual synchronisation of electronic musical instruments, recording equipment, and the other musical electronics the synchronisation codes transmitted by the MIDI protocol are used. These codes are defined in the MIDI standard and they are derived from the song tempo - in certain time intervals the master device transmits the ”markers”. According to them the slave devices derive the data transmission speed or the recording speed. The contribution deals with the tempo detection methods that are suitable for fast processing in real time and which can respond the changes in tempo, detect the first beat and provide synchronisation drop-out immunity.",
  address="Department of Radio and Electronics SUT Bratislava",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 10th International Scientific Conference „Radioelektronika 2000",
  chapter="2326",
  institution="Department of Radio and Electronics SUT Bratislava",
  year="2000",
  month="september",
  pages="63",
  publisher="Department of Radio and Electronics SUT Bratislava",
  type="conference paper"
}