Hi folks, I was looking around the Internet searching for discussions related to this topic (bleeding in audio recording) in many forums. I see people have a lot of approaches and different opinions on how to deal with this issue, or even on if one has to worry about it at all. Right now, I am studying a set of methods and techniques called blind source separation, and thinking about applying it to this problem of instrument bleeding in audio recording. That is, the goal is to have a computational tool that can help audio engineers to address this problem by letting them input an audio track with a "main instrument" and some bleeding of others instruments and get a track only with the main instrument as the output. I wonder if you think that such a tool would be really useful in your projects. Any opinion will be appreciated. Thank you!