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Audio Tool

Started by Unknown March 22, 2015
http://www.celemony.com/en/start

I have heard that this tool can split an orchestral audio into its component instruments.
I was unaware that we had the technology as yet but I think the trick is in how it is recorded with two mics near the front and two at the back or something like that.
On 3/22/15 9:45 PM, gyansorova@gmail.com wrote:
> http://www.celemony.com/en/start > > I have heard that this tool can split an orchestral audio into its component instruments. > I was unaware that we had the technology as yet but I think the trick is in how it is recorded with two mics near the front and two at the back or something like that.
before melodyne, i thought i knew a lot about pitch detection, pitch shifting, and even something about source separation (at least i thought i understood how a duet could be separated into two solo parts). after melodyne, i know who the giants (or giant) are. i am extremely jealous of Peter Neub�cker (and i have a lotta respect for him). a few years back, i was trying to get him to appear at AES for a workshop on pitch shifting. even got a direct email address from a german connection in AES (the current chair of the Technical Committee on Signal Processing). never heard back. (so presume from that whether i have the foggiest idea how melodyne works.) oh well. there comes a time for any person to face his/her inadequacies. :-( -- r b-j rbj@audioimagination.com "Imagination is more important than knowledge."