|Name||Tags||Managed by||Created on||Updated on|
An EPSRC-funded research project combining Audio & Music Technology, Semantic Web, e-Science and Human-Computer Interaction research groups.
|audio, music, HCI, semantic, e-science, epsrc||Adib Mehrabi, Alo Allik, Andrew McPherson, BEICI LIANG, Ben White, Bob Sturm, Brecht De Man, Chris Cannam, Elio Quinton, Emmanouil Benetos, Geraint Wiggins, Giulio Moro, Gyorgy Fazekas, JP Tauscher, Keunwoo Choi, mariano mora, Mathieu Barthet, Panos Kudumakis, Sebastian Ewert, Simon Dixon, Steven Anthony Hargreaves, Thomas Wilmering||2015-04-27||2015-04-27|
Journal paper about incoherent dictionary learning using iterative projections and rotations
An Android App to access CCmI diagrams (.ccmi files) on touchscreen mobile devices.
|java, accessibility, android, cross-modal||2012-12-13||2012-12-13|
The Audio Degradation Toolbox (ADT) consists of Matlab code for the controlled degradation of audio signals, and for the adaptation of ground-truth to the degraded audio. Its main purpose is to test the robustness of audio analysis methods against certain classes of degradations of the audio quality ...
|dsp, mir, audio||2013-07-17||2014-06-17|
A wrapper that enables the development of Vamp plugins in Python, which can be used in standard (C or C++) Vamp hosts. Does not yet permit development of Vamp hosts in Python.
|vamp, python||Chris Cannam, Gyorgy Fazekas, Luis Figueira||2011-01-06||2012-03-16|
A simple example showing the use of the jHapticGUI library.
Material from our Tutorial at the Audio Engineering Society 53rd Conference on Semantic Audio, London, January 2014.
A Matlab mplementation of shift-invariant dictionary learning.
Audio examples and source code to recreate the figures and results from the paper:
It is possible to use the CCmI Diagram Editor as a framework for creating your own diagram types. The diagrams can subsequently be used inside the editor itself, benefiting from the cross modality offered by the tool ...
|java, library, accessibility, framework||2013-01-25||2014-07-03|
The Sonic Visualiser application. Requires the SV Libraries code (svcore, svgui and svapp).
|c++, stable, vamp, isophonics, ladspa, windows, osx, linux, qt, gpl, spectral, visualization, mir, host, audio, waveform||Chris Cannam, Dan Stowell, Mathieu Barthet||2010-07-23||2011-01-19|
An experimental build of Sonic Visualiser with MPEG IMAF file format support.
Platform builds of third-party libraries that Sonic Visualiser depends on
Aggregate data and charts from Sonic Visualiser user surveys.
The Sonic Visualiser website.
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 ...
Peak level meters, along with other components which rely on the sense of sight for their use, are inherently inaccessible to people living visual impairments. Our AccessiblePeakMeter is the first plug ...
Spectral Terrain X-sectional Synthesis
|synthesis, additive, gestural||2014-05-06||2014-05-06|
At the moment, onlythe Download page contains useful material: the code of my 2010 MIREX chord submission.
Static pages of the vamp-plugins.org website.
|vamp, html, website||2012-07-11||2014-06-24|
Vamp plugin website providing a dynamic download page, and also serving the static site and forum through subrepositories.
These are some Matlab tools for statistical signal processing and other general things.
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.
Useful classes to perform ringbuffering of audio
Audio Event Detection baseline system using NMF (MATLAB).
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, discovery||2013-07-11||2013-09-27|
Pre- and post-processing software plus control scripts to improve output from optical-music-recognition (OMR) software by combining information from multiple sources. The system requires individual OMR recognizers to read score image files in TIFF format and to produce output files in MusicXML format ...
This is the code repository for the Beatles chord transcriptions and associated chord tools created by Chris Harte as part of his PhD research.
|chords, chord, transcriptions, human, annotations, beatles||2012-01-12||2013-06-21|
This repository shares a dataset including 111 rhythm stimuli and the corresponding perceptual ratings on the strength of syncopation. We also supply our implementation of seven existing syncopation models for reference ...
|audio, python, perception, toolkit, dataset, syncopation, rhythm||Christopher Harte, Chunyang Song, Marcus Pearce||2014-03-20||2015-05-12|
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