Advanced methods for shaping time-frequency areas for the selective mixing of sounds

Adam Kleczkowski, Piotr Kleczkowski

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Abstract

The Selective Mixing of Sounds is a large procedure, a large part of which is conceptually challenging and has not been developed previously. This is a method of determining areas in the time-frequency plane. It has a major effect on the overall quality of the sound. In this paper we propose and compare a range of appropriate algorithms. We begin with a simple two-dimensional running mean combined with a rule selecting the track characterised by the maximum energy, followed by a low-pass filter based on the 2-dimensional Fourier transform. We also propose two novel methods based on the Monte-Carlo approach, in which local probabilistic rules are iterated many times to produce the required level of smoothing.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAudio Engineering Society - 120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006
Pages1792-1799
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2006
Event120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006 - Paris, France
Duration: 20 May 200623 May 2006

Publication series

NameAudio Engineering Society - 120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006
Volume4

Conference

Conference120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period20/05/0623/05/06

Keywords

  • auditory streaming
  • time frequency
  • novel methods
  • time-frequency planes
  • Monte-Carlo approach

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    Kleczkowski, A., & Kleczkowski, P. (2006). Advanced methods for shaping time-frequency areas for the selective mixing of sounds. In Audio Engineering Society - 120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006 (pp. 1792-1799). (Audio Engineering Society - 120th Convention Spring Preprints 2006; Vol. 4).