Paper on Frequency Based Audio Noise Reduction Using Different Filters


Audio noise reduction system is the system that is used to remove the noise from the audio signals. Audio noise reduction systems can be divided into two basic approaches. The first approach is the complementary type which involves compressing the audio signal in some well-defined manner before it is recorded (primarily on tape). On playback, the subsequent complementary expansion of the audio signal which restores the original dynamic range, at the same time has the effect of pushing the reproduced tape noise (added during recording) farther below the peak signal level—and hopefully below the threshold of hearing. The second approach is the single-ended or non-complementary type which utilizes techniques to reduce the noise level already present in the source material—in essence a playback only noise reduction

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@inproceedings{Singh2015PaperOF, title={Paper on Frequency Based Audio Noise Reduction Using Different Filters}, author={Harpal Singh}, year={2015} }