Speech and music analysis:answers (=?iso-8859-1?Q?Am=E9lie?= Racette )

Subject: Speech and music analysis:answers
From:    =?iso-8859-1?Q?Am=E9lie?= Racette  <racettam(at)MAGELLAN.UMONTREAL.CA>
Date:    Tue, 20 Jun 2000 10:54:44 -0400

Dear list: First, I'd like to thank everybody who send me suggestions of programs to extract pitch in speech AND music. For those of you who are interested in these programs, here are the suggestions I received: - Eric Keller's Signalyze program for Mac: it seems that Fo extraction algorithm is not working as well for singing but there is a possibility to measure waveform durations. http://www.agoralang.com/signalyze.html - A pith detection program working between 60 and 600Hz. Used to distinguish speech and music. http://wwwdsa.uqac.uquebec.ca/ermetis - SNDAN analysis/modification/display/synthesis package which contains a fundamental frequency detection component. This program comes in C source code and installs easily on most Unix workstations including Linux on Intel PC. Pitch detection happens by first detecting the peaks of the spectrum and second by finding the fundamental frequency whose harmonics best match the peaks. http://ems.music.uiuc.edu/cmp/software/sndan.html The pitch detection technique is described in detail in the paper Maher, R. C and Beauchamp, J. W., "Fundamental frequency estimation of musical signals using a Two-Way Mismatch procedure", J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 95, No.4, pp.2254-2263 (1994). - TFR program from Avvaz. http://www.propeller.net/react/about.htm - A program wrote by Perry Cook that runs on NeXT computer. - Winpitch http://www.winpitch.com -Praat programm http://www.praat.org -Cool Edit 2000 http://www.syntrillium.com

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