Auditory model sound resynthesis (Thierry Rochebois )

Subject: Auditory model sound resynthesis
From:    Thierry Rochebois  <thierry(at)MARION.IEF-PARIS-SUD.FR>
Date:    Fri, 17 Mar 1995 16:02:53 +0100

I am working on a way to synthesis musical sounds from a set of spectral analysis. I use a MacAuley-Quatieri-like method i.e. interpolating a windowed FFT and peak tracking. This method is quite good for harmonic sounds. But it is not accurate enough (i.e. it is not as accurate as our auditory system) for transients and/or noisy sounds(cymbals for example). I think that a wavelet method would be a solution. I have heard about an Auditory Modified Wavelet once but I don't exactly remember where. I am interested in any information about this topic. Thanks, Thierry Rochebois, Doctorant ARCEMA TSI IEF Bat 220 UPS 91405 ORSAY Cidex FRANCE email:thierry(at) WWW:

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