Audio editing encompasses various works and uses, which, although they are mostly similar and complementary, are different in nature, so that the meaning of the term is quite ambiguous. Common ground shared by all forms of audio editing is that the process is encountered in the postproduction phases of most music, radio, TV, film, and other audiovisual productions, aiming at providing audio mastering and mixing outcomes. Hence, its main objective is the extraction of solid audio track(s), where various kinds of audio content (i.e., voice, music, ambient sound, synthesized digital audio, sound effects) have been properly arranged and combined. This description usually involves both fundamental audio processing and sound design concepts; therefore, it is quite difficult to provide a strict definition of what audio editing ...

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