Semantic Audio Tools for Radio Production

@inproceedings{Baume2018SemanticAT,
  title={Semantic Audio Tools for Radio Production},
  author={Chris Baume},
  year={2018}
}
  • C. Baume
  • Published 30 April 2018
  • Computer Science
Radio production is a creative pursuit that uses sound to inform, educate and entertain an audience. Radio producers use audio editing tools to visually select, re-arrange and assemble sound recordings into programmes. However, current tools represent audio using waveform visualizations that display limited information about the sound. Semantic audio analysis can be used to extract useful information from audio recordings, including when people are speaking and what they are saying. This… 
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