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State of the Art Speech Processing for Broadcasting
The paper explores state of the art processing of speech signals in a broadcast environment and illustrates the integration of a digital microphone processor into a studio. The different algorithms, the benefits of combining them into a single unit and the advantages of digital processing are described taking into account the interaction between speech processing and commonly used audio processing.
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