Demixing Commercial Music Productions via Human-Assisted Time-Frequency Masking

TitleDemixing Commercial Music Productions via Human-Assisted Time-Frequency Masking
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2006
AuthorsVinyes, M., Bonada J., & Loscos A.
AbstractAudio Blind Separation in real commercial music recordings is still an open problem. In the last few years some techniques have provided interesting results. This article presents a human-assisted selection of the DFT coefficients for the Time-Frequency Masking demixing technique. The DFT coefficients are grouped by adjacent pan, inter-channel phase difference, magnitude and magnitude-variance with a real-time interactive graphical interface. Results prove an implementation of such technique can be used to demix tracks from nowadays commercial songs.
Sample sounds can be found at http //www.iua.upf.es/~mvinyes/abs/demos.
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