[LAU] tool to seperate elements of a song

Jean-Baptiste Mestelan mestelan at gmail.com
Sun Feb 24 11:20:39 EST 2008

On 23/02/2008, schoappied <schoappied at gmail.com> wrote:
> To say if a brain can do it, a machine can do it, is quit a degradation
> of the very complex organ of human that can let us experience this
> amazing world... Maybe you're sitting to much time behind your pc... ;)

Sorry for the late reply : I was having some time off the PC  ....

Acknowledging the marvelous complexity of the human brain should not prevent
us from putting this  wonderful resource to use, and  think up new ways of
doing new things ... , should it ?
Incidentally, this is how mankind has thrived during the last few
millennia: by taking hints from nature, and designing tools and
machinery. In turn,
this machinery (instrumentation, etc ) has helped increase the amount of
knowledge available for our brains to consume.

Anyway, I am probably just preaching to the converted, as it is you who - in
the first place - asked whether such a computer program already existed ?

Thanks to David O. and others who shared their thoughts about how this
remote perspective could become real, despite the current state-of-the-art
in DSP forbidding to separate a mix of overlapping frequencies.

Kind regards.
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