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Frequency-Domain Two- To Three-Channel Upmix for Center Channel Derivation and Speech Enhancement

@article{Vickers2009FrequencyDomainTT,
  title={Frequency-Domain Two- To Three-Channel Upmix for Center Channel Derivation and Speech Enhancement},
  author={Earl Vickers},
  journal={Journal of The Audio Engineering Society},
  year={2009}
}
  • Earl Vickers
  • Published 2009
  • Computer Science
  • Journal of The Audio Engineering Society
  • Twoto three-channel audio upmix can be useful in a number of contexts. Adding a front center loudspeaker provides a more stable center image and an increase in dialogue clarity. Even in the absence of a physical center speaker, the ability to derive a center channel can facilitate speech enhancement by making it possible to boost or filter the dialogue, which is usually panned to the center. Twoto three-channel upmix can also be a first step in upmixing from two to five channels. We propose a… CONTINUE READING
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