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Re: noise classification problem
it might be interesting for you to read about what has been done in the past
years within the Sounding Object project:
> Hello to everyone in the AUDITORY list,
> I'm an italian student in a Phd course in Grenoble France (ART SCIENCES
> TECHNOLOGIES, at the ACROE INSTITUE).
> I'm researching in sound synthesis (physical modeling) and in particular
> i'm concentrating on noise creation for modern composers.
> My problem now is undertsanding what has already been done in the past
> about noise.
> Searching on the web i found out nothing interesting: it seems noone
> ever did a serious noise classification. It seems to me impossible
> even if the subject is complex.
> Now i'm thinking about starting one on a physical approach (trying to
> classify noises following physical parameters of the real objet that
> can produce them). I've been reading the ineresting papers written by
> William Gaver ("Synthesing auditory icons" (Thanks to dan Ellis for
> the advice)) and i found it interesting but i need something deeper in
> classification more than algorithms.
> I just need some categories oficially accepted to classify my sounds.
> Please tell me what you think, or suggest me some sites, adresses,
> Thank you for your time
> Alberto Novello
> You can find me at this
> at this adress:
> Mr. Alberto Novello
> Ch. 205 Bat. Americain
> Residence Olympique
Bruno L. Giordano - Ph. D. student
Dipartimento di Psicologia Generale
Via Venezia 8 - 35131 Padova, Italy
currently hosted by:
Equipe Perception et Cognition Musicales
Ircam-CNRS (UMR 9912)
1 place Igor-Stravinsky
F-75004 Paris, France
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