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A New Audio Postproduction Tool for Speech Dereverberation
This paper proposes a new audio post-production tool for speech dereverberation that utilizes our previously proposed method. In previous studies, we proposed a single-channel dereverberation method as preprocessing of automatic speech recognition and reported its good performance. This paper focuses more on the improvement of the audible quality of the dereverberated signals. To achieve good dereverberation with less audible artifacts, the previously proposed dereverberation method is combined with post-processing that implicitly considers the perceptual masking property. The system has three adjustable parameters for controlling audible quality. With an informal evaluation, we found that the proposed tool allows the professional audio engineers to dereverberate a set of reverberant recordings efficiently.
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