I'm unsure how it compares to Weintraub's method, but Volker Hohmann also produced some work regarding synthesis at the output of a gamma-tone filter bank. The citation and abstract are below.
Principal Research Scientist
Starkey Hearing Research Center
Frequency analysis and synthesis using a Gammatone filterbank
ACTA ACUSTICA UNITED WITH ACUSTICA Vol. 88 (2002) 433 – 442
This paper describes an efficient implementation of the 4th-order linear Gammatone filter [1, 2] based on an
impulse-invariant, all-pole design. A linear auditory filterbank is constructed from these filters, which has been used in several applications involving computational auditory peripheral filtering [3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9]. Additionally,
a novel approach to the recombination of the Gammatone filterbank output is introduced that allows for the resynthesis of the signal with a total time delay of 4ms. The signal reconstruction is nearly perfect, i.e., the difference between input and reconstructed
output is barely audible. A detailed technical description of the analysis-synthesis system is given and an implementation using the Matlab programming environment is introduced, which is available online. A possible application of the analysis/synthesis system
introduced here is speech processing for hearing aids.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: AUDITORY - Research in Auditory Perception
> Sent: Tuesday, November 11, 2008 2:17 AM
> To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: Phd copy request (Weintraub 1985)
> Dear Marc,
> I had a 1994 paper with Martin Cooke that explains the resynthesis
> method (as you note, this was originally due to Weintraub). You can
> download the paper here:
> Let me know if you have further questions.
> Best wishes
> Guy Brown
> On 31 Oct 2008, at 10:27, Marc Vinyes wrote:
> > Dear all,
> > I am looking for a copy of the following PhD:
> > Weintraub, M., 1985, A theory and computational model of auditory
> > monaural sound separation, Ph.D.
> > Dissertation, Stanford University Department of Electrical
> > Engineering.
> > To see the details of the resynthesis method used by Guy J. Brown
> > and Martin Cooke 1994 in
> > "Computational auditory scene analysis" (apparently inverting the
> > output of the gammatone filters).
> > I can't have access to it through the net and the libraries of my
> > town...
> > Does anybody know where this phd might be accessible?
> > Thanks in advance,
> > Marc Vinyes Raso