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Sound Source Separation Using Interaural Intensity Difference in Real Environments
In this paper, a sound source separation method is proposed by using the interaural intensity difference (IID) of stereo audio signal recorded in real environments. First, in order to improve the channel separability, a minimum variance distortionless response (MVDR) beamformer is employed to increase the intensity difference between stereo channels. Then, IID between stereo channels processed by the beamformer is computed and applied to sound source separation. The performance of the proposed sound source separation method is evaluated on the stereo audio source separation evaluation campaign (SASSEC) measures. It is shown from the evaluation that the proposed method outperforms a sound source separation method without applying a beamformer.
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