[LAU] tool to seperate elements of a song

drew Roberts zotz at 100jamz.com
Sun Feb 24 11:40:56 EST 2008

This was on freshmeat yesterday:


Don't know if it may be of interest to anyone.


On Sunday 24 February 2008 11:20:39 Jean-Baptiste Mestelan wrote:
> 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.
> !DSPAM:47c19997271941804284693!

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