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Restoration and Enhancement of Solo Guitar Recordings Based on Sound Source Modeling
New propositions to audio restoration and enhancement based on sound source modeling are presented. A case based on the commuted waveguide synthesis algorithm for plucked-string tones is described. The main motivation is to take advantage of prior information of generative models of sound sources when restoring or enhancing musical signals.
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