Audio Time-Scale Modification Using a Hybrid Time-Frequency Domain Approach

Dorran, David and Coyle, Eugene and Lawlor, Bob (2005) Audio Time-Scale Modification Using a Hybrid Time-Frequency Domain Approach. In: IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, 2005. IEEE, pp. 289-282. ISBN 0780391543

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Frequency-domain approaches to audio time-scale modification introduce a reverberant artifact into the time-scaled output due to a loss in phase coherence between subband components. WHilst techniques have been developed which reduce the presence of this artifact, it remains a source of difficulty. A method of time-scaling is presented that reduces the presence of reverberation by taking advantage of some flexibility that exists in the choice of phase required so as to maintain horizontal phase coherence along frequency-domain subband components. The approach makes use of appearling aspects of existing time-domain and requency-domain time-scaling techniques.

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Keywords: Hybrid Time-Frequency Domain; subband components; reverberation; phase coherence; time-frequency analysis; audio signal processing;
Academic Unit: Faculty of Science and Engineering > Electronic Engineering
Item ID: 652
Identification Number: 10.1109/ASPAA.2005.1540224
Depositing User: Robert Lawlor
Date Deposited: 09 Aug 2007
Publisher: IEEE
Refereed: Yes

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