Analysis of Acoustic Features for Automated Multi-Track Mixing

  title={Analysis of Acoustic Features for Automated Multi-Track Mixing},
  author={Jeffrey J. Scott and Youngmoo E. Kim},
The capability of the average person to generate digital music content has rapidly expanded over the past several decades. While the mechanics of creating a multi-track recording are relatively straightforward, using the available tools to create professional quality work requires substantial training and experience. We address one of the most fundamental processes to creating a finished product, namely determining the relative gain levels of each track to produce a final, mixed song. By… CONTINUE READING
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