Piper is a protocol for driving audio feature extractors.
It defines a data schema and API that can be used for remote feature extraction services, or feature extractors loaded directly into a host application.
Piper is intended to be used
- as an interface for audio analysis and feature extraction methods for web applications and servers
This project contains the Piper definition and schema. Implementations and utilities can be found in the subprojects.
- L. Thompson, C. Cannam, and M. Sandler, “Piper: Audio Feature Extraction in Browser and Mobile Applications,” in Proceedings of 3rd Web Audio Conference, London, August 2017, 2017.
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Manager: Chris Cannam, Lucas Thompson