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Reverberation and How to Remove It

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[Feature] Fifty years of artificial reverberation have brought about surprisingly convincing algorithms capable of simulating natural acoustics effectively, but machines still find it difficult to determine “how much is enough” when attempting to perform automatic audio mixing. Removing reverberation from a mixture without knowing much about the original signal is a hard challenge, but various people have made inroads using methods brought from blind source separation and echo suppression. Humans are still considerably better at stream segregation than machines. Machines, however, may be able to employ many more “ears” to achieve spatial selectivity.

JAES Volume 64 Issue 4 pp. 262-266; April 2016
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