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Re: software too...

There is also the the development system for auditory modelling: DSAM: http://dsam.org.uk

It is a computer library allows contains many established auditory models to be used via a simple scripting interface.  The library supports most sound file formats, threaded parallel processing and also contains many useful analysis and utility functions.  There is a java interface which can be used on most versions of Matlab (which support Java) and a simple application which can be used on all platforms, executable installations existing for Windows and Linux.

Sincere regards,


On 8 March 2012 21:17, Ray Goldsworthy <raygold@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
It was also suggested that we bring together open-source toolboxes for hearing research.  I think this is a great idea.  Here are the ones I know of:

APEX : https://gilbert.med.kuleuven.be/web/index.php/Public:Software/APEX
MLP : http://www.psy.unipd.it/~grassi/mlp.html
Percept : http://www.sens.com/percept/
Psycon and miscellaneous tools:  http://auditorypro.com/download
PsySound3 : http://psysound.wikidot.com/ 

please let me know if you have other general software utilities developed in your labs that you make available for research use and I will try to summarize....Ray

Ray Goldsworthy
Research Scientist
Sensimetrics Corporation