Re: [AUDITORY] review of harmonic+noise segmentation software (Wen Xue )

Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] review of harmonic+noise segmentation software
From:    Wen Xue  <mr.x.wen@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Wed, 2 Oct 2013 11:51:49 +0100

That was mtg (music tech group) at UPF Barcelona. They had a c++ class called CLAM (or something sounds like it) doing it. -----Original Message----- From: Matt Flax Sent: Wednesday, October 02, 2013 1:17 AM To: AUDITORY@xxxxxxxx Subject: Re: [AUDITORY] review of harmonic+noise segmentation software Thanks for the lead on the software, and yes I meant 'decomposition'. Does anyone remember a group from Spain who used to be active on this list and worked on decomposition ? Matt On 01/10/13 20:44, Esteban Maestre wrote: > Hi Matt, > > I'm not sure whether I understand what you refer to as 'segmentation'. > If you mean 'decomposition', you might want to check out some recent tools > developed around the work of Serra and Smith: > > > > Cheers, > Esteban > > On 9/30/2013 1:48 PM, Matt Flax wrote: >> Hi there, >> >> Back about 10 or 15 years I remember that some people on this list were >> researching the segmentation of sound into tonal components and noise >> components. >> >> I was wondering whether anyone on the list has used any free software >> libraries which come from this research to do this and if so whether you >> could let the list know ? >> >> I am intersted in software which can do more then monophonic segmentation >> ... if possible. >> >> thanks >> Matt > >

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