484 project 2005
Implement demos of most (if not all) items in one of
You will probably need to look at references in addition to the text.
The text itself has an extensive
- chapter 6 Spatial effects
- chapter 7 Time segment
processing (pitch shifting, time stretching)
- chapter 8 Time frequency
processing (filter banks, phase vocoder)
- perceptual audio
coding (MP3, etc)
topic in audio
list of references. In addition, a lot of relevant papers are
published by the Audio
Engineering Society (AES), available in the library in the CD-ROM
area next to the
reference desk on the computer next to #4. Other relevant papers are
found in IEEE journals and conferences, available on the lEEE Xplore
database via the library.
The full text is available and can be searched by
keyword. Other relevant journals and conferences are
Computer Music Conference, New
Interfaces for Musical
Expression (NIME), Digital Audio
Journal of New Music Research,
Audio Engineering Society (AES).
For projects from chapters 6,7
or 8, refer to the section numbers
in the text.
Implementations may be in
Matlab, Simulink, PD, other languages
or any combination.
Final report should include text section number (if applicable) for
each demo, brief description of what is demonstrated and how it works,
documented source code, audio files. Post on website.
- Proposals (one
page) and team info due Monday 4 July
- Progress report due 11 July
- Final report due Thursday 21
July (no extensions) (90%)
- Class presentations July 21,
25, 28 (5%)
Groups of 2 students
recommended, individual work ok.
Please make final report
entirely self-contained so that files
can be listened to from within the document.
Do NOT make a web page that requires several separate documents to be