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Content-preserving reconstruction of Electronic Music Sessions using freely available musical building-blocks

@inproceedings{Villegas2015ContentpreservingRO,
  title={Content-preserving reconstruction of Electronic Music Sessions using freely available musical building-blocks},
  author={Pablo Villegas},
  year={2015}
}
We present a system for creating new versions of a given song (“Seed Song”). The principal novelty in our approach centres on the use of multitrack audio session to extract more accurate and specific information, rather than use the final mix of that song. The system analyses every audio track of the audio… 

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