Digital Audio Restoration

  title={Digital Audio Restoration},
  author={Simon J. Godsill and Peter Rayner},
This chapter is concerned with the application of modern signal processing techniques to the restoration of degraded audio signals. Although attention is focussed on gramophone recordings, lm sound tracks and tape recordings, many of the techniques discussed have applications in other areas where degraded audio signals occur, such as speech transmission , telephony and hearing aids. We aim to provide a wide coverage of existing methodology while giving insight into current areas of research and… CONTINUE READING
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