This zip-file contains the 35 test signals, which were used for comparing inharmonicity estimation methods [1].

The following values for the inharmonicity parameter B were used for keys 1 to 35 (in this order) when generating the test signals, see Fig. 3 [1]:

3.0000e-004 2.8804e-004 2.7655e-004 2.6553e-004 2.5494e-004 2.4477e-004 2.3501e-004 2.2564e-004 2.1665e-004 2.0801e-004 1.9971e-004 1.9175e-004 1.8411e-004 1.7676e-004 1.6972e-004 1.6295e-004 1.5645e-004 1.5021e-004 1.4422e-004 1.3847e-004 1.3295e-004 1.2765e-004 1.2256e-004 1.1768e-004 1.1298e-004 1.0848e-004 1.0415e-004 1.0000e-004 1.0923e-004 1.1932e-004 1.3033e-004 1.4236e-004 1.5551e-004 1.6986e-004 1.8555e-004


[1] J. Rauhala, H.-M. Lehtonen, and V. Välimäki, ”Fast automatic inharmonicity estimation algorithm,” Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 121, no. 5, pp. EL184 - EL189, May 2007.

Created: 19.02.2007, Jukka Rauhala
Modified: 26.11.2013, Vesa Välimäki and Jukka Rauhala