How to Classify Coding Artifacts? (#ARIJIT BISWAS# )

Subject: How to Classify Coding Artifacts?
From:    #ARIJIT BISWAS#  <arijit17(at)PMAIL.NTU.EDU.SG>
Date:    Fri, 21 Nov 2003 15:49:07 +0800

Dear members of the Auditory list: I would like to know if there is any tutorial that teaches how to classify audio/speech coding artifacts (pre-echoes, aliasing artifacts, birdies, etc.). For example, if I listen to a piece of coded excerpt with some artifacts in it; how do I say the kind of artifacts it has, without knowing the details of how it was coded? I got hold of one CD from the AES, "Perceptual Audio Coders: What to listen for" but still I'm not confident. Is there any other suitable material? Or, does one gain it with years of listening experience? Regards, ~Arijit <>

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