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The Evolution of Broadband Noise Reduction Techniques
Audio engineers are turning more to the single-ended technologies available for reducing or even removing broadband noise from a composite signal without damaging the integrity of the desired signal. The evolution of time-domain and frequency-domain techniques are presented, spectral subtraction and its limitations are discussed, and examples of these and more recent subtractive algorithms are given.
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