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Music and Noise Fingerprinting and Reference Cancellation Applied to Forensic Audio Enhancement

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In this paper, we present a novel application, of audio fingerprinting and reference cancellation, to forensic audio enhancement. In audio surveillance recordings, it is common to find the speech of interest masked by the speech of other non-target speake

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