Intro: Blog on DSP for Hindustani Music

Started by Rohit in comp.dsp8 years ago 4 replies

http://chaelaa.wordpress.com

http://chaelaa.wordpress.com


I Rule

Started by Creative Music Synth [220] in comp.dsp16 years ago 2 replies

I am the best MIDI output in the universe. All other MIDI outputs suck. Yours, Creative Music Synth [220]

I am the best MIDI output in the universe. All other MIDI outputs suck. Yours, Creative Music Synth [220]


Sound generation on the PC

Started by XIAOBIN HAOO in comp.dsp15 years ago 5 replies

Hi, Im interested in learning how to generate sounds (e.g. music synthesizer) on the PC with software, talking to a sound card. Can...

Hi, Im interested in learning how to generate sounds (e.g. music synthesizer) on the PC with software, talking to a sound card. Can anyone suggest some tutorials to get started? Thanks, Redd


Help please..

Started by krish_dsp in comp.dsp11 years ago 2 replies

Hi, I am implementing the MUSIC DOA estimator in TI DSP. I am searching for a better implementation of Singular value decomposition of a...

Hi, I am implementing the MUSIC DOA estimator in TI DSP. I am searching for a better implementation of Singular value decomposition of a matrix algorithm in DSP. Can anyone throw some light on that? Is it efficient to implement the LAPACK routines in DSP or is there any better techniques? Also can anyone tell me the links where I can learn about SVD implementations. Thanks. Regards, Kris...


query

Started by krish_dsp in comp.dsp11 years ago

Hi, I am implementing the MUSIC DOA estimator in TI DSP. I am searching for a better implementation of Singular value decomposition of a matrix...

Hi, I am implementing the MUSIC DOA estimator in TI DSP. I am searching for a better implementation of Singular value decomposition of a matrix algorithm in DSP. Can anyone throw some light on that? Is it efficient to implement the LAPACK routines in DSP or is there any better techniques? Also can anyone tell me the links where I can learn about SVD implementations. Thanks. Regards, Krish


Direction of Arrival estimation

Started by sherrykhan78 in comp.dsp14 years ago

Hi, I am working for DOA estimation using super resolution methods like MUSIC , ESPRIT for WIDEBAND signals. I am in need of MATLAB code for...

Hi, I am working for DOA estimation using super resolution methods like MUSIC , ESPRIT for WIDEBAND signals. I am in need of MATLAB code for that. Your help will be highly benifical for me. Thanks in advance Khan


DOA estimation

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp11 years ago 5 replies

i have implemented MUSIC and ESPRIT algorithm using Matlab.i want to know what are the variations or modifications that can be done to these...

i have implemented MUSIC and ESPRIT algorithm using Matlab.i want to know what are the variations or modifications that can be done to these algorithms.i have studied effect of varying SNR,antenna elements,angular separation on these algorithms.but something more is required.


semantics...

Started by robert bristow-johnson in comp.dsp9 years ago 19 replies

dunno if this is of any interest, but once in a while, even within the *same* discipline, you get these opposing (or at least...

dunno if this is of any interest, but once in a while, even within the *same* discipline, you get these opposing (or at least different) meanings for the same set of words or letters. like "modulate" or "modulation". what it means to communications engineers is a bit different than what it means to musicians. but in audio/music DSP, we run across both contexts. another is "sample" (sin...


Music tones detection

Started by Andrea in comp.dsp16 years ago 7 replies

Hello, please excuse me in advance if this topic has already been posted, I wasn't able to find it. Let's assume I have a wav file which...

Hello, please excuse me in advance if this topic has already been posted, I wasn't able to find it. Let's assume I have a wav file which contains a non-overlapped sequence of the notes of the scale (A with 440Hz, B with 466Hz, B# 494Hz... G# 830), each one with a fix duration of for ex. 1s. What I'm trying to do is the following: I need to analyse the "song" and determine which note is ...


audio signal processing for music transcription

Started by Jack in comp.dsp13 years ago 4 replies

Hello all, I am interested in the above subject and wondered if anyone was familiar with it in terms of: - are there any good books on the...

Hello all, I am interested in the above subject and wondered if anyone was familiar with it in terms of: - are there any good books on the topic? - is software available for this? I am considering attempting to make my own software on a modest scale but I don't want to start from zero if it's all been done. Thanks for any help, Jacques


beat counting algorithm

Started by gaet...@yahoo.it in comp.dsp12 years ago

Hello, I would like to know which algorithm I can use to count audio beats at real time, if it exist, and how much is succesfull for various...

Hello, I would like to know which algorithm I can use to count audio beats at real time, if it exist, and how much is succesfull for various kind of music (it does not work on techno, for this I know that all is simpler) like alternative rock, punk, ska or '80. Suggestions? Thanks, tano


CfP EvoMUSART2016

Started by EvoMUSART in comp.dsp5 years ago

---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please distribute (Apologies for cross...

---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please distribute (Apologies for cross posting) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- CALL FOR PAPERS EvoMUSART 2016 http://www.evostar.org/2016/cfp_evomusart.php 5th International Conference on Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design


zero padding in matlab

Started by rakesh5454 in comp.dsp14 years ago 2 replies

could some1 plz help me out with this....!!!! i have two wave files. 1 is speech and other is music file. obviously their sizes would be...

could some1 plz help me out with this....!!!! i have two wave files. 1 is speech and other is music file. obviously their sizes would be different. i would like to mix both of them and find the energ of the resultant signal. for this if we zero pad 1 then make the size sam we can both. could some1 write a code for it. i 'm a new bee and donno whether i can ask this here r not.... but some1 ...


How to start-off??

Started by krg in comp.dsp15 years ago 28 replies

Posted To: comp.dsp, sci.electronics.misc, rec.music.makers.synth Hello people, Getting straight on to the topic, I read a lot about...

Posted To: comp.dsp, sci.electronics.misc, rec.music.makers.synth Hello people, Getting straight on to the topic, I read a lot about cool effects like flanging, reverb, and ... , and also that how you can create these with your own programs in C. I believe I know enough C to carry things on my own, but I just need a start. All I want to know is how to get


Beginner's references

Started by Anonymous in comp.dsp13 years ago 2 replies

Hello, I've recently developed an interest in software music synthesis, and five minutes of trying to comprehend sample code for a VSTi have...

Hello, I've recently developed an interest in software music synthesis, and five minutes of trying to comprehend sample code for a VSTi have shown me that I desperately need to learn the principles of DSP in order to get anywhere, and that I know nothing about it. So, I have two questions: 1) Generally speaking, what math/physics will I need to have under my belt? 2) Can you recommend an...


Re: OT Re: trying to generate a wave file of 440 Hz...

Started by Bryan in comp.dsp9 years ago

I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but if I interpret it correctly in that you're wondering why intonation is the way it is, and why middle...

I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but if I interpret it correctly in that you're wondering why intonation is the way it is, and why middle C and A(440) tend to be anchor notes scales are built from, I recommend the following book(s): http://www.musimathics.com/ Very cool if you like math and music. The first volume covers what I just mentioned as well as the physics behind sounds and ...


Some Notes on Strategies for Automated Music Transcription.

Started by Mark in comp.dsp8 years ago

I'm looking through the net for papers, references, and other writeups on the topic and am not finding a whole lot -- at least not a lot that's...

I'm looking through the net for papers, references, and other writeups on the topic and am not finding a whole lot -- at least not a lot that's particularly insightful. The key feature of the filter is that it should have a reproducing result: the ability to play back what it transcribes. What I'm looking for is some way to organize the analysis around a large digital sample archive (fre...


interesting application of dsp to music/audio

Started by Randy Yates in comp.dsp5 years ago 21 replies

http://createdigitalmusic.com/2009/10/the-speaking-piano-and-transforming-audio-to-midi/ -- Randy Yates Digital Signal...

http://createdigitalmusic.com/2009/10/the-speaking-piano-and-transforming-audio-to-midi/ -- Randy Yates Digital Signal Labs http://www.digitalsignallabs.com


multi-band equalizer

Started by WYChen in comp.dsp16 years ago 6 replies

For CD signals (sampling rate 44100Hz), Butterworth method is applied to design 10 bandpass filters. Center frequencies of these 10 bands are:...

For CD signals (sampling rate 44100Hz), Butterworth method is applied to design 10 bandpass filters. Center frequencies of these 10 bands are: 31, 63, 125, 250, 500, 1K, 2K, 4K, 8K, 16KHz, respectively. As weighting values (0.5, 0.5, 0.5, 0.8, 1.1, 1.3, 1.6, 1.6, 1.6, 1.6) are set to these corresponding 10 badns, the "Full Treble" style of music is achieved. It seems that the function of "Ful...


Interesting Audio Processing

Started by d99n in comp.dsp12 years ago 23 replies

Hi, I've always been interested in DSP methods to decompose a piece of music into discrete instruments. I came across this new tool that's...

Hi, I've always been interested in DSP methods to decompose a piece of music into discrete instruments. I came across this new tool that's pretty fascinating: http://www.celemony.com/cms/index.php?id=dna&L=0 How do you think something like this works? Considering an acoustic guitar chord and all its intermixed, varying and slightly non-integer harmonics, how would one go about separatin...