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Selective Mixing of Sounds
An interesting psychoacoustic phenomenon has been found: the removal of large parts of musical tracks in the timefrequency domain may not be perceived in the mix at all, whereas some details of the sounds are heard enhanced in the mix. The phenomenon is described and investigations into the possibility of its practical use are presented. It is shown how the details of implementation and particular parameters affect the attributes of the sound. The differences in the sound of a standard mix and the sound of the mix based on this phenomenon are summarised.
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