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New Recording Application for Software Defined Media

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In recent years, hardware-based systems are becoming software-based and networked. From IP based media networks, the notion of Software Defined Media (SDM) has arisen. SDM is an architectural approach to media as a service by virtualization and abstraction of networked infrastructure. With this approach, it would be possible to provide more flexible and versatile systems. To test this concept, a baroque orchestra was recorded by various methods with 82 channels of microphones in total. All the data was organized based on the object-based concept and we applied advanced signal processing to the data based on array signal processing technology to produce a content matching various purposes of possible applications. Through this study, the value of SDM concept is verified.

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