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An Interface for Analysis-Driven Sound Processing

AudioSculpt is an application for the musical analysis and processing of sound files. The program unites a very detailed inspection of sound, both visually and auditorily, with high quality analysis-driven effects, such as time-stretch, transposition and spectral filtering. Multiple algorithms provide automatic segmentation to guide the placement of sound treatments and steer processing parameters. By designing transformations dircetly on the sonogram, very precise spectral modifications can be made, allowing both intuitive sound design as well as sound restoration and source separation.

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