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ASMD: An automatic framework for compiling multimodal datasets with audio and scores

Simonetta, Federico; Ntalampiras, Stavros; Avanzini, Federico;
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  • Published: 17 Jun 2020
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Comment: Accepted at the Sound and Music Computing Conference 2020
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free text keywords: Computer Science - Multimedia, Computer Science - Digital Libraries, Computer Science - Sound, Electrical Engineering and Systems Science - Audio and Speech Processing, H.5.5, I.2.m, H.3.7, J.5, MIR, Dataset, Python, Audio, Music Scores, Music Sheets, Music Information Retrieval
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