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Multi-Channel Audio Time-Scale Modification
Phase vocoder based approaches to audio time-scale modification introduce a reverberant artefact into the time-scaled output. Recent techniques have been developed to reduce the presence of this artefact; however, these techniques have the effect of introducing additional issues relating to their application to multi-channel recordings. This paper addresses these issues by collectively analysing all channels prior to time-scaling each individual channel.
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