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Re: Accents and low-pass filtering

Dear Aniruddh,

assuming that you are using a Windows based system, I have created a
short tutorial showing one way of doing what you intend to.
I only use and mention free software. I have uploaded the tutorial, all
the needed software, and some results here:


Feel free to ask if you get stuck. I hope to be able to help.

Anyway, please don't blame me if anything goes wrong.
I am not the author of any of the tools.

Best regards,

Dipl.-Ing. Tamás Harczos
PhD Student
Institute for Media Technology
Faculty of Electr. Eng. and Inf. Techn.
Ilmenau University of Technology
Tel.: +49 3677 467 225
Fax.: +49 3677 467 4225
E-Mail: tamas.harczos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

On 07.03.2013 21:45, Aniruddh Patel wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> I would like to create a version of this short YouTube video (of an
> actress doing 21 different accents) in which the audio is low-passed
> filtered, so that students can focus on the prosody of the different
> accents:
> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UgpfSp2t6k
> I would also like to create another version in which both the audio and
> the video are low pass filtered, so that one sees the slower time-scale
> movements of the face while hearing the low-pass filtered voice.
> Can anyone suggest how I might do this?
> Regards,
> Ani Patel
> Aniruddh D. Patel
> Associate Professor
> Dept. of Psychology
> Tufts University
> 490 Boston Ave.
> Medford, MA 02115
> a.patel@xxxxxxxxx
> http://ase.tufts.edu/psychology/peoplePatel.htm