|Name||Tags||Managed by||Created on||Updated on|
Services to serve RDF datasets.
Miscellaneous documentation files for Vamp and the Vamp plugin SDK.
|vamp, plugin, host, documentation, docs||2011-10-04||2011-10-04|
It is commonly known that music expresses emotion. In music production, the role of the mix engineer is to take a piece of recorded music and convey the emotions expressed as professionally sounding as possible ...
|audio, paper, emotion||2017-06-16||2017-06-16|
Introduction to Audio processing using Python.
|Chris Cannam, Luis Figueira, Steve Welburn||2013-02-11||2013-02-11|
Matlab code for score-informed piano transcription system. Particularly useful for automatic piano tutoring applications. Code accompanies EUSIPCO 2012 paper by E. Benetos, A. Klapuri, and S. Dixon entitled "Score ...
|transcription, automatic music transcription, score-informed transcription, automatic piano tutoring||Anssi Klapuri, Emmanouil Benetos, Simon Dixon||2014-11-13||2015-08-13|
In auditory signal processing research, we are often interested in algorithms that modify audible sounds, for example to increase speech intelligibility. Oftentimes, it is interesting and sufficient in an experiment to process such sounds offline and play them back to participants at a later stage ...
|matlab, real-time, simulink||2015-12-21||2015-12-21|
BTrack is a causal beat tracking algorithm intended for real-time use. It is implemented in C++ with wrappers for Python and the Vamp plug-in framework.
|c++, beat track, python, vamp plugin||2014-01-21||2014-07-08|
Continuation-based framework for reactive programming in Prolog
Real-time sound synthesis model of a cavity tone
|real-time, soundsynthesis, physicalmodel, cavitytone||2017-04-07||2017-04-07|
MATLAB code implementing a method that adapts musical instrument spectra from one recording to another. Details about the method can be found in a supplementary technical report (see 'Publications' tab) ...
|matlab, spectrum adaptation, icassp 2013||2012-11-30||2012-12-06|
Code for my listening test inteface
Spectral Terrain X-sectional Synthesis
|synthesis, additive, gestural||2014-05-06||2014-05-06|
The audio application framework used by Sonic Visualiser, initially developed as part of the SV application and subsequently spun out into independent libraries.
|c++, stable, qt, library||2010-07-23||2014-09-11|
Document class and base class for main window instance for applications that "resemble Sonic Visualiser", with the same pane and layer structure but not necessarily the same user functions.
Core application library from the Sonic Visualiser project, also used by GUI-less applications such as Sonic Annotator. Includes audio file wrappers and other file format support, data models, basic utility functions ...
Implementations of the layer and view abstractions from Sonic Visualiser, as well as any additional Qt widgets used by SV.
Code provided to allow the reproduction of the results reported in the paper "Analysing Scattering-Based Music Content Analysis Systems: Where's the Music?" by Francisco Rodríguez-Algarra, Bob L. Sturm and Hugo Maruri ...
|mir, matlab, Scattering, ISMIR2016||2016-05-23||2016-05-23|
This project contains source code and additional material related to the following review article:
A simple example of an autoencoder set up for spectrograms, with two convolutional layers - thought of as one "encoding" layer and one "decoding" layer.
|python, birdsong, theano, lasagne, autoencoder||2016-01-08||2016-01-08|
Physically derived sound synthesis model that replicates the sound of a number of objects swinging through the air
|real-time, soundsynthesis, physicalmodel, gameaudio, VRaudio||2017-10-07||2017-10-07|
Additional information, source code, data and data analysis for the paper "Meta-analysis of high resolution audio perceptual evaluation"
At the moment, onlythe Download page contains useful material: the code of my 2010 MIREX chord submission.
RDF documents describing known Vamp plugins (from anywhere). If you've written a plugin and want to publish it, get in touch and find out how to add a description to this set.
Post processing Fiddle pitch tracker in max for simple polyphonic input
Pitch detection in openFrameworks and MaxMSP from Paul Brossier's Aubio library
Output notes to MIDI and Supercollider and input from MIDI for Prolog.
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