All Projects


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OpenFrameworks project demonstrating bassline prediction (causal but offline demo).
Andrew Robertson2014-07-222014-07-22
Mirror of Jamie Bullock's libxtract -- a simple, portable, lightweight library of audio feature extraction functions.
c++, stable, gpl, feature extraction, library, c, low level features, libxtractChris Cannam, Jamie Bullock2012-07-042012-07-04
A Vamp plugin encapsulating many of the functions of Jamie Bullock's LibXtract library.
c++, stable, vamp, feature extraction, low level features, libxtractChris Cannam, Jamie Bullock2012-07-042012-07-04
A simple implementation of digram models in common lisp.
lisp, statistical modelsMarcus Pearce2012-02-022012-02-02
Two methods of Frequency Domain CrossTalk Resistant Noise Cancellation are developed into vst plugins: iterative FDCTRANC and selective FDCTRANC
Yilin Zheng2013-08-132013-08-13
soundsoftware, tutorials, workshopsChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-052013-02-05
Material from our Tutorial at the Audio Engineering Society 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, London, January 2014.
soundsoftware, aesChris Cannam2014-01-262014-01-26
Material for the SoundSoftware / Software Carpentry York 2012 bootcamp Day 3, on audio and music software development. Includes Python example code mirrored from the Codasign repository.
python, soundsoftware, codasign, software carpentryAdam Stark, Becky Stewart, Chris Cannam, Greg Wilson, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Steve Welburn2012-08-142012-10-03
Proposal and materials for tutorials to be presented at ISMIR 2012 and DAFx 2012.
soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Simon Dixon, Steve Welburn2012-03-082013-02-05
Code written during the "live" test-driven development session of our ISMIR 2012 tutorial, "Reusable software and reproducibility in music informatics research".
python, soundsoftwareChris Cannam2012-10-082012-12-07
A pre-prepared repository containing some basic test files and code, made for use during the SoundSoftware ISMIR 2012 tutorial.
python, soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2012-10-032013-02-05
SoundSoftware-organised Software Carpentry workshops material for QM C4DM and MAT
python, soundsoftware, software carpentry, workshopBogdan Vera, Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-052014-02-13
Introduction to Audio processing using Python.
Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-112013-02-11
Example code based on Software Carpentry's existing workshop material.
Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-112013-02-11
Carl Bussey, Chris Cannam, Mark Plumbley2014-07-162014-07-16
This is a C++ implementation of the chromagram estimation and chord recognition algorithm by Adam Stark and Mark Plumbley.
Adam Stark2014-06-142014-06-14
A very simple program that reads a MIDI file and dumps it out as text. Also suitable for use in other C++ programs.
c++, midi, smf, bsdChris Cannam2011-05-162011-11-23
Audio Event Detection baseline system using NMF (MATLAB).
Dimitrios Giannoulis2013-03-102013-03-13
This is a self contained but overly simplistic demo to show how to create a web based app or service using the cherrypy library in Python.
web service python cherrypyGyorgy Fazekas2012-11-222012-11-22
Plugin that performed audio fingerprinting and track identification using the no-longer-supported MusicIP OFA library.
c++, vamp, fingerprinting, obsoleteChris Cannam2014-06-192014-06-19
Spectral Terrain X-sectional Synthesis
synthesis, additive, gesturalRobert Tubb2014-05-062014-05-06
A Vamp plugin implementation of the MATCH audio alignment algorithm.
c++, stable, vamp, alignment, dtwChris Cannam, Simon Dixon2010-10-062011-01-24
Crude pre-processing to flatten out the RMS level of a signal. Like a slow, unmusical dynamic compressor. Implemented as a LADSPA plugin in C++, works in real time, so has significant lag. A possible alternative to other normalisation techniques for pre ...
ladspa, dynamicsChris Cannam2014-07-172014-07-17
An implementation of the SIA and SIATEC algorithms which operate on symbolic music data expressed as RDF. Uses OWLIM and Sesame as triple store and reasoner.
java, rdf, mir, owl, owlim, sesame, pattern, discoverySteven Anthony Hargreaves2013-07-112013-09-27
Prolog lexical database derived from Wordnet, moby and OALD.
prolog, nlpSamer Abdallah2012-01-212012-01-21
Daniele Barchiesi2013-10-302013-10-30
Prolog part of Melody Triangle - main server
Samer Abdallah2012-01-202012-01-20
An implementation of several cognitive models of melodic grouping perception.
psychology, lisp, music representation, perception, groupingMarcus Pearce2012-02-022012-02-07
Converts MIDI data to RDF, using an ontology based on the SIA and SIATEC data model (see references)
rdf, midi, conversionSteven Anthony Hargreaves2014-02-062014-02-06
Umbrella project for managing SoundSoftware activities.
soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Simon Dixon, Steve Welburn2012-10-032012-10-03
Developing a Reproducible Research repository to contain associations of experimental results with external code and data.
soundsoftware, website, rrrCarl Bussey, Chris Cannam, Daniele Barchiesi, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Steve Welburn, Tim Kay2012-09-192013-11-12
A project for managing technical aspects of the SoundSoftware.ac.uk code project site -- that is, this site.
ruby on rails, redmine, soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Steve Welburn2010-07-232012-10-03
The theme used by our Drupal site.
soundsoftware, drupalChris Cannam, Luis Figueira2011-06-232012-10-26
Paper submitted to ICASSP 2012
paper, latex, icassp, soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira2011-09-202012-03-29
soundsoftware, tutorials, workshopsChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-052013-02-05
Material from our Tutorial at the Audio Engineering Society 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, London, January 2014.
soundsoftware, aesChris Cannam2014-01-262014-01-26
Material for the SoundSoftware / Software Carpentry York 2012 bootcamp Day 3, on audio and music software development. Includes Python example code mirrored from the Codasign repository.
python, soundsoftware, codasign, software carpentryAdam Stark, Becky Stewart, Chris Cannam, Greg Wilson, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Steve Welburn2012-08-142012-10-03
Proposal and materials for tutorials to be presented at ISMIR 2012 and DAFx 2012.
soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Mark Plumbley, Simon Dixon, Steve Welburn2012-03-082013-02-05
Code written during the "live" test-driven development session of our ISMIR 2012 tutorial, "Reusable software and reproducibility in music informatics research".
python, soundsoftwareChris Cannam2012-10-082012-12-07
A pre-prepared repository containing some basic test files and code, made for use during the SoundSoftware ISMIR 2012 tutorial.
python, soundsoftwareChris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2012-10-032013-02-05
SoundSoftware-organised Software Carpentry workshops material for QM C4DM and MAT
python, soundsoftware, software carpentry, workshopBogdan Vera, Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-052014-02-13
Introduction to Audio processing using Python.
Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-112013-02-11
Example code based on Software Carpentry's existing workshop material.
Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn2013-02-112013-02-11
This is a central point for managing, sharing, and developing the software outputs of the "Shaping Music in Performance" project (see provided url).
gesture capture, visualisationDan Tidhar2012-07-122012-07-12
visualization, tempo, variegation, expressive performanceDawn Black, Shengchen Li2012-09-102012-11-26
An Android App to access CCmI diagrams (.ccmi files) on touchscreen mobile devices.
java, accessibility, android, cross-modalFiore Martin2012-12-132012-12-13
Interactive Music Application Format (IM AF) Online Player (JavaScript).
imaf, mpeg, javascript, online, player, imaGiacomo Herrero, Panos Kudumakis2013-08-192013-08-25

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