An API for audio analysis and feature extraction plugins.
Vamp is an API for C and C++ plugins that process sampled audio data
to produce descriptive output (measurements or semantic observations).
A python wrapper for Vamp plugins.
To install the MFS plugin, copy the file PyMFS.py to the VAMP plugin directory. On windows this is
C:\Program Files\Vamp Plugins
You should then be able to use the plugins from within a Vamp host,
such as Sonic Visualiser or the command-line host included with the SDK.
This plugin was developed by Ben Horsburgh, and implements the texture representation
described in detail in
Horsburgh, B., Craw, S. & Massie, S. (2012). Music-inspired texture representation,
Proceedings of the National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI), pp. 52-58.
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