Transient and steady-state component separation for audio signals
Ignacio Irigaray
Master thesis from Universidad de la República (Uruguay). Facultad de Ingeniería. IIE - Oct. 2014
Advisor: Luiz W. P. Biscainho
Co-advisor: Pablo Monzón
Research Group(s): Procesamiento de Audio (gpa)
Department(s): Procesamiento de Señales
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In this work the problem of transient and steady-state component separation of an audio signal was addressed. In particular, a recently proposed method for separation of transient and steady-state components based on the median filter was investigated. For a better understanding of the processes involved, a modification of the filtering stage of the algorithm was proposed. This modification was evaluated subjectively by listening tests and objectively by an application-based comparison. Also some extensions to the model were presented in conjunction with different possible applications for the transient and steady-state decomposition in the area of audio editing and processing.

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