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fLoop : Navigation Interface

Audio retrieval by tim­bral and rhyth­mic sim­i­lar­ity fLoop attempts to solve a com­mon issue faced by artists who com­pose with audio loops; which loop can fol­low the cur­rent one? fLoop is an audio file nav­i­ga­tion tool that pro­vides a sim­ple inter­face

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Speaker Identification in Reverberant Environments

This project was an explo­ration into Com­pu­ta­tional Audi­tory Scene Analy­sis (CASA), Blind Source Sep­a­ra­tion (BSS), Multi-Resolution Analy­sis, Speaker Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, Neural Net­works and Speech Syn­the­sis. It was per­formed as a group of four stu­dents, for a class in DSP for Music. An

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geneSynth

Effec­tive search meth­ods become, when the search space is suf­fi­ciently large, indis­tin­guish­able from true cre­ativ­ity” — Richard Dawkins Update — Genesynth fea­tured on the Cycling’74 web­site! geneSynth intended to explore multi-agent con­trol, genetic algo­rithms, inter­ac­tiv­ity in music and the sim­u­la­tion

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Binaural Spatial Audio

Work­ing under KVS Hari at the Indian Insti­tute of Sci­ence (IISc) as a sum­mer intern, I had the oppor­tu­nity to explore bin­au­ral spa­tial audio. This was my first expe­ri­ence with spa­tial audio and Head Related Trans­fer Func­tions (HRTF’s), which I

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Compressed Sensing

A comparison of the reconstruction performance of various sparsifying bases

I had the oppor­tu­nity to study Com­pressed Sens­ing for my Under­grad­u­ate the­sis under K.V.S Hari and Chan­dra Sekhar See­la­man­tula at the Indian Insti­tute of Sci­ence. The Shannon-Nyquist the­o­rem has been the cor­ner­stone of Infor­ma­tion The­ory for over 80 years. It

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