Building Hyperaudio: Experimental Results in Audio Source Separation

K. Melih and R. Gonzalez (Australia)


Hyperaudio, audio source separation, psychoacoustics.


Due to the proliferation of technologies to capture, store and present it, we live in a world dominated by multimedia data. However, information access mechanisms to this data by and large are rather primitive. This is especially the case for audio data that presents specific research challenges. One particularly difficult challenge is that of audio source separation. The authors are in the process of developing a perceptually based system to perform audio source separation. This paper presents the results of extensive testing of the most promising candidate algorithms.

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