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References on $ F_0$ Estimation

An often-cited book on classical methods for pitch detection, particularly for voice, is that by Hess [106]. The harmonic-comb method can be considered an approximate maximum-likelihood estimator for fundamental frequency, and more accurate maximum-likelihood methods have been worked out [65,296,229,230]. Another highly regarded method for $ F_0$ estimation is the YIN algorithm [55]. For automatic transcription of polyphonic music, Klapuri has developed methods for multiple $ F_0$ estimation [189,127,126,124].11.2Finally, a rich source of methods may be found in the conference proceedings for the field of Music Information Retrieval (MIR)11.3 Of course, don't forget to try a Web search for ``F0 estimation'' and the like.


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