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Stereo Panning Information for Music Information Retrieval Tasks
A music information retrieval system can extract information that arises from how various sound sources are panned between channels during the mixing and recording process. The authors propose augmenting standard audio features, which are based on the source music, with one of two methods for extracting panning and contrast features. These additional features provide statistically important information for nontrivial audio classifications tasks. Traditional classifications focus on information about pitch, rhythm, and timbre. Other types of mixing parameters are proposed for future work.
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