Braun is an application for visualising Open Sound Control (OSC) data on a scrolling graph.
Speech Made Visible is an experiment in showing some of the qualities of speech in printed text. Analyze a recording for attributes like pitch, intensity (loudness), and speed; then style the words in a transcript to suggest those characteristics.
CoRoPa stands for Computational Rough Paths. The aim of CoRoPa is to provide a software framework for various ideas related to Rough Path Theory, including rough differential equations and the digital description of serial data streams.
PsySoundPro - audio file analysis for objective psychoacoustics measures. Includes measures like Virtual Pitch, Loudness, Etc. etc.
MP3 Organizer Database for Windows. Utilizes ID3 tags, filenames, and a "constantly learning" database to keep track of MP3 files on a computer. Seperate server and client programs are being developed.
Analyses audio content of songs and downloads information from the web to build a comprehensive descriptive library you can use to generate playlists based on the song mood, theme genre, or virtually any property of the song.
JVST provides a library for loading and interacting with VST effects and instruments.
A visualization of the fourier transform applied to sound data. Analyzes a time-domain sound sample using the Fourier Transform, and graphically displays the results and sound in real time. Attempts to audio into sheet music.
This perl-script takes a midi-file as input and tries to determine chords, without the need of a graphical-user-interface (GUI).
1.) Investigation with cosine transform, and anti transform algorithm, with some voice recognition code. 2.) Translator: Croatian, English. 3.) 2D to 3D picture algorithm (principle) and new 2Dto3D video conversion code with AviSynth video scripting
A spectrum analyzer using ASIO for the first part, with waterfall - probably in OpenGL -, VUmeters, perhaps some other stuff. It will be available as standalone AND as a VST plug-in.
Toolbox for speech processing. Realization of Voicebox interface.
This is a toolbox for speech processing written in C. It realizes interface of Voicebox toolbox (http://www.ee.ic.ac.uk/hp/staff/dmb/voicebox/voicebox.html).
libbaptools - broadcast audio production tools
FCE stands for Fastest Convolution in the Emirates and is a utility set to perform various types of convolution in the shortest possible time.
IOverflow aims to be a 3D shooter game with a visual style loosely based on the game "Rez". It features a 3D Landscape that responds to the (player selected) music actually playing. (will also work as a fancy 3D screensaver)
Music classification Algorithm Development. Automatic classification of audio files using Support Vector Machines.
An implementation of a DSP Filter framework targeted at the JOP [ http://www.jopdesign.com/ ]. Primary focus is the FIR filter. This project is part of a course at the Vienna University of Technology [ http://www.soc.tuwien.ac.at/courses/sigproc/LU ].
A cross-platform plugin-based spectrography / analysis application, written in Java.
Lyrics to iTunes is a simple program that will go through your library and fetch the lyrics to your songs that it can find, using the lyrics api of http://lyricsfly.com. It then imports the lyrics into iTunes so you can use them on your iPod etc.
A fast, simple method of establishing musical genre of arbitrary compressed audio files calculated by comparisons with training sets. Program currently consists of a java console program. GUI front end, algorithm upgrades to come.
This project will start the development of a Linux device driver for the N>Trans Compactflash audiocard by Maycom Audio Systems. Maycom N>Trans Compactflash Audiocard Linux driver project.
mmmplayer offers: very simple edit operation on sound streams, graphical tools for sound analysis, compression tools for exporting media file. All these tools will be set together in a very simple menu, with a user friendly personalized interface (skins)
Mooym - More out of your music, helps you to rediscover your own music by tagging it with Moody (http://crayonroom.com/moody) tags to let Moody generate playlists for iTunes.
It is an extensible audio classification library under (not so) early development. Developed mostly in C# we intend to release versions for also use with C++ and CPython in the future.
Identify duplicate songs based on track metadata (ID3, etc)
Given two trees of audio files, examine the metadata for each file to try and determine the differences in the content of the trees. This helps find duplicate songs (or non-duplicated songs) even if the music is stored in different formats. Toggles let you determine how specific the matching criteria must be: Track number and song name? Artist, album, and track length? All of the above? Ultimately this program will let you delete duplicates from either the left or right trees, or copy non-duplicated files from one tree to the other. However until the matching code gets a lot more reliable the only action allowed is to export the list of files suspected to be duplicated in both trees. (Prerequisite: uses the `Mutagen' library to process ID3 data and `wx' for the UI.) The latest code is always available via `git' but since there's undoubtedly a lot of bugs right now pre-packaged .ZIP files will only be made available for `big' changes.