A tool based on the HTML5 Web Audio API to perform perceptual audio evaluation tests locally or on remote machines over the web.
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Web Audio Evaluation Tool

Authors

Author e-mail
Nicholas Jillings <nicholas.jillings@mail.bcu.ac.uk>
Brecht De Man <b.deman@qmul.ac.uk>
David Moffat <d.j.moffat@qmul.ac.uk>
Joshua D. Reiss (supervisor) <joshua.reiss@qmul.ac.uk>
Ryan Stables (supervisor) <ryan.stables@bcu.ac.uk>

Instructions

Please refer to the Wiki.

Preview

The video below shows you can set up a simple test from scratch in under five minutes (click to open): Web Audio Evaluation Tool test setup

Dependencies and compatibility

Runs out of the box on any web server with PHP (tested on PHP 5.1<=), no third party software needed.

Alternatively, a local server (no web server or internet connection needed!) and optional Python analysis scripts run on Python 2.7 or 3.x. Plots rendered using matplotlib, NumPy and SciPy.

As Microsoft Internet Explorer does not support the Web Audio API, you will need another browser like Firefox, Chrome, Edge or Safari.

Citing

When using the Web Audio Evaluation Tool, please acknowledge the authors and cite

Nicholas Jillings, Brecht De Man, David Moffat and Joshua D. Reiss, "Web Audio Evaluation Tool: A Browser-Based Listening Test Environment," 12th Sound and Music Computing Conference, July 2015.

BibTeX:

@conference{waet2015,
    Author = {Jillings, Nicholas and Moffat, David and De Man, Brecht and Reiss, Joshua D.},
    Booktitle = {12th Sound and Music Computing Conference},
    Month = {July},
    Title = {Web {A}udio {E}valuation {T}ool: {A} browser-based listening test environment},
    Year = {2015}}

License

Please refer to LICENSE.txt (GNU General Public License).

If you wish to use elements of the Web Audio Evaluation Tool as part of a commercial product, please contact us for a commercial license.