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This article introduces the application of harmonic sinusoid model in an audio editor. The harmonic sinusoid model is a parametric model for representing pitched audio events, with tolerance on inharmonicity and pitch evolution. While standard audio editors allow the user to select a time or frequency range to edit, with the harmonic sinusoidal parameters estimated in phase, we are able to select a pitched event and edit it as if it is a separated sound. The user interface is designed as simple as one-click selection, while the user is also given further options for better results.
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