Time-Varying Filters for Musical Applications
This repository contains the code and data used by Time-Varying Filters for Musical Applications, submitted to the DAFx-14 conference.
The filtering code requires Eigen, libsndfile, and a modern C++ compiler and standard library supporting C++11. Clang and libc++ are recommended, but modern GCC should work as well, though it has not been tested.
Once these dependencies are installed, just run
make in the
to generate the
Note that the stimuli are included pre-generated in the
data/stimuli folder, so it
is not necessary to build the filter tool, except for the purpose of
filter tool can be used to generate all the stimuli used in the subjective
and objective tests. Its usage is:
./filter [filter type] [sine_hz|dc] [output_dir]
The second argument can either be a number, to generate a sine wave, for the listening tests, or "dc" to generate DC for the objective experiment. For the listening tests in the paper, a 100 Hz sine wave was used.
There is a python script,
code/generate_stimuli.py, which automatically generates
all the stimuli used in the paper, by running the
The data collected from the subjective listening test is included in the
data/results folder. It was anonymized by running the
code/anonymize_data.py script, which removes dates and subjects' names. The
data was output by MUSHRATest.
The code, consisting of everything in the
code folder, is released under the
BSD 3-Clause License. The data, consisting of everything in the
is released under the Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal license. See
data/LICENSE.md respectively for license details.