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how to separate an audio file based on different speakers

I don't know of anything that will do this automatically - perhaps some advanced broadcast reporter software [Hindenburg springs to mind], but that's outside my area. Many DAWs could do it manually at ...
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I have two audio files of same song one is from vinyl and other is from CD source, I want to compare those and technically see the difference between

This answer may contain nuts cynicism. To make a CD rip sound like the average consumer vinyl rip, you need to do the following… Apply a gentle roll-off of frequencies above 4KHz, not too much, just ...
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Detect shift from sports live stream to advertisement using audio

As the link said : The AudioContext interface represents an audio-processing graph built from audio modules linked together, each represented by an AudioNode. then, it is a needed API used to access ...
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Voice consistency across multiple recordings?

After comments. Voiceover, like any recording activity, is a skill. One built up with much practise. If you're recording yourself, then it's two inter-related skills. You can practise this by reading ...
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Audio equivalent to QR code

Dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF) seems to be the obvious answer, because it also has two dimensions (two sets of tones). To make the tones more tolerable, you could move them to a lower ...
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Add pedal to each measure of piano midi

Assuming that by "measure" you mean 'bar', surely you could manually create one pedal CC command and then copy/paste it to all the other bars. You could certainly do this in a list editor (...
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How is it possible that there's volume being played during a section with a flat waveform?

It's completely normal, there's nothing wrong with the audio, the editors or you! Basically: You zoomed in too far 0_0 However... These cyclic intervals of relatively low amplitude (I'll call 'gaps' ...
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Can i ad a (active) sub to this simple set?

According to the Alesis manual, the 1/4" line out follows the speaker outputs, so you could run a line from there into one of the inputs on the sub (which has a built in crossover), set the sub ...
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Why does acoustic foam control reverb but not stop sound from leaving or entering a room?

As Tetsujin have stated in their comments (an can be seen at the references you provide), in order to prevent transmission you need mass. Foam does not have enough mass to do that and so it cannot ...
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How to invert a music track? (FL Studio / Audacity)

In Audacity you can invert polarity by clicking Effect > Invert
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Balanced/unbalanced audio and TS/TRS jack issue with mixer

The only time I have ever had a problem like the one you have described (where the signal improves if I pull the cord out half way) is when there is something wrong with the cable I was using. One ...
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