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1. Signal Paths - Digital Audio Fundamentals


This video series explains the fundamentals of digital audio, how audio signals are expressed in the digital domain, how they're converted and transformed and the limitations of working with digital signals. The first video in the series talks about signal paths and how audio exists in different forms. Find the full playlist here: 🤍 Contents: 0:00 Introduction 1:05 Advent of digital systems 3:17 Signal path - Audio processing vs transformation 5:28 Signal path - Scenario 1 6:06 Signal path - Scenario 2 6:43 Signal path - Scenario 3 If you've got any questions, suggestions or recommendations, type them out here, or send me a message on any of my social channels mentioned below. A lot of time was spent on creating this series, and I plan to do more. So please consider subscribing if you wish to be notified about more releases in the future. And if you feel generous: 🤍 Check out the audio track in the intro and outro here: 🤍 Check out my music here: 🤍 Give me a shout here: Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍

Audio Data Processing in Python


In this video Kaggle Grandmaster Rob shows you how to use python and librosa to work with audio data. We import play and visualize the data. Timeline: 00:00 Introduction 00:54 The Dataset 01:44 Package Imports 03:20 Audio Terms to Know 05:30 Reading and Playing Audio Files 08:58 Plotting Raw Audio 10:18 Trim and Zoom 13:19 Spectogram 17:08 Mel Spectogram 19:37 Outro Notebook used in this video: 🤍 Follow me on twitch for live coding streams: 🤍 Intro to Pandas video: 🤍 Exploritory Data Analysis Video: 🤍 * Youtube: 🤍 * Discord: 🤍 * Twitch: 🤍 * Twitter: 🤍 * Kaggle: 🤍 #Python #DataScience #AudioProcessing #Kaggle

Digital Audio Processing with STM32 #1 - Introduction and Filters - Phil's Lab #46


New mixed-signal hardware design course: ⏵ 🤍ion ⏵Course content: 🤍 Real-time digital processing (DSP) of audio data using an STM32 microcontroller on custom audio-processing hardware. Details of hardware design, software set-up, and various digital audio effects. First video in series, covering the system overview, set-up, and simple low- and high-pass filters (IIR, based on analogue RC prototypes). [SUPPORT] Free trial of Altium Designer: 🤍 PCBA from $0 (Free Setup, Free Stencil): 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 [LINKS] DSP Playlist: 🤍 STM32 Playlist: 🤍 GitHub: 🤍 Digilent ADP3450: 🤍 [TIMESTAMPS] 00:00 Introduction 00:25 Content 01:15 Altium Designer Free Trial 01:37 JLCPCB 01:48 Series Overview 02:35 Mixed-Signal Hardware Design Course with KiCad 02:57 Hardware Overview 05:25 Software Overview 08:33 Double Buffering 09:34 STM32CubeIDE and Basic Firmware 14:20 Low-Pass Filter Theory 18:48 Low-Pass Filter Code 22:44 Test Set-Up (Digilent ADP3450) 23:44 Testing the Filter (WaveForms, Frequency Response, Time Domain) 27:17 High-Pass Filter Theory and Code 28:22 Testing the Filters 30:35 Live Demo - Electric Guitar ID: QIBvbJtYjWuHiTG0uCoK

Python Audio Processing Basics - How to work with audio files in Python


Learn how to work with audio files in Python in this Python Audio Processing Tutorial. Learn about: - mp3, wave, flac file - sampling rate - wave module Python - plot waveform with matplotlib - record microphone with Python - PyAudio Tutorial - PyDub Tutorial Get your Free Token for AssemblyAI Speech-To-Text API 👇🤍 Resources: PyAudio: 🤍 M1 PyAudio Installation command: python -m pip install global-option='build_ext' global-option='-I/opt/homebrew/Cellar/portaudio/19.7.0/include' global-option='-L/opt/homebrew/Cellar/portaudio/19.7.0/lib' pyaudio ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CONNECT ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🖥️ Website: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🦾 Discord: 🤍 ▶️ Subscribe: 🤍 🔥 We're hiring! Check our open roles: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Timestamps: 00:00 Intro 00:27 signal parameters 03:18 wave module 10:44 plot waveform matplotlib 15:40 record microphone with PyAudio 21:50 load mp3 with PyDub Headphones icons created by photo3idea_studio - Flaticon: 🤍 Microphone icons created by Freepik - Flaticon: 🤍 #Python #PyAudio

How Audio Processing is Used in Broadcast Radio


In broadcasting, we process our program audio for two reasons: to stay in our frequency allocation, and to make the station sound better (or louder). Here's an extraordinarily basic overview of how audio processing is used in broadcasting. Starring Omnia.9 from the Telos Alliance, this video will also teach you the difference between AGC, compressors, limiters, and clippers. My landing page: 🤍 About Omnia.9: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍

Audio processing: Why music sounds different on the radio


Ever notice that music sounds different on the radio, compared to a CD or MP3? It's because of the audio processing that radio stations use. Here is a step-by-step listening tour through all of the audio processing features of the CRL Systems Amigo AM, many of which are relevant to all forms of audio processing, analog or digital. Brochure for the CRL Amigo AM: 🤍 Owner's manual for the CRL Amigo AM, with details on the idiosyncracies of AM Stereo processing: 🤍 Time flow: 0:00 Introduction 3:14 Overview 5:04 A look inside 6:45 Input level & balance 7:45 Phase processor 9:56 Mid-range presence 11:00 Dual-band AGC 15:28 Gate 16:38 Stereo enhancement 18:46 Low-freq enhance 20:39 Repairs 24:57 Hi-freq equalization 28:30 Matrix processor 31:17 Peak limiter 31:57 Bandwidth filter 33:15 Proof/operate switch 34:05 Output controls 35:39 Stereo adjust 37:02 On-air demonstration This video contains music by Julian Croot ("80s Inspired Retro Synth Track").

Audio Signal Processing for Machine Learning


In this series, you'll learn how to process audio data and extract relevant audio features for your machine learning applications. First, you'll get a solid theoretical understanding of key audio digital signal processing topics such as the Fourier Transform, Mel-Spectrograms, and sound waves. You'll also get your hands dirty by processing audio data with the industry-standard library for audio/music processing. Join The Sound Of AI Slack community: 🤍 Interested in hiring me as a consultant/freelancer? 🤍 Slides: 🤍 Follow Valerio on Facebook: 🤍 Connect with Valerio on Linkedin: 🤍 Follow Valerio on Twitter: 🤍

The Purpose of Post Processing


I discuss the purpose of post processing and one of the biggest mistakes people make when processing their audio. 00:00 - Intro 00:26 - Step 1: Good Audio Before Record 01:40 - Step 2: Process With a Purpose 02:36 - Step 3: Make It a Good Listening Experience 03:41 - Step 4: Stop That! It Sounds Bad! 05:46 - Outro Become a Patreon: 🤍 Become a Member: 🤍 Subscribe For More Videos: 🤍 My YouTube Setup: 🤍 My Favorite XLR Mics: 🤍 My Favorite USB Mics: 🤍 Check the Frequently Asked Questions: 🤍 Vote For What You Want Reviewed: 🤍 NOTE (FULL DISCLOSURE): If you purchase an item using an affiliate link, it provides me a small referral fee. As an associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. For more info check my FAQ page links below. Check Out This Stuff TOO: Website: 🤍 Giveaways: 🤍 Discord: 🤍 Merch: 🤍 Company Relationship Disclosure: 🤍 Personal: 🤍

Audio Signal Processing Methods - The Basics


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How To Unload Heavy Audio Processing From Your CPU And Use Your GPU Instead!


Be the first to download the GPU Audio's FREE beta-suite of plugins: 🤍 Today we are using Convolution technology to create Impulse Responses from Heavy Processing chains to load into GPU Audio's FIR Convolution plugin, which harnesses the power of GPU Processing. How To Unload Heavy Audio Processing From Your CPU And Use Your GPU Instead!

Katie Gately: Sound Processing


Katie Gately demonstrates some of her methods for processing and transforming sounds in Ableton Live. Download Katie Gately’s free custom Instrument Rack: 🤍 Keep up with Katie Gately on her website, Soundcloud and Twitter: 🤍 🤍 🤍

NAMM 22: GPU Audio - Use Your GPU For Audio Processing & Production


We spoke to Jonathan from GPU Audio about their latest free plugin, the upcoming beta-suite and how they see the future of audio processing using GPUs. 🤍 He outlines the benefits of using GPUs for audio; with extremely low latencies, multiple channels of processing, cloud based DSP, networked collaboration and the use of AI. They’ll be having an SDK available for third parties and will be releasing a free beta suite of plugins in the coming weeks - with partnerships with both NVIDIA and AMD now official. We hear a short demo of their free FIR Convolver, which you can get from their website here: 🤍 Join their Discord here: 🤍 Find out more information about what they’re doing on their website: 🤍 - For more Videos from NAMM 2022: 🤍 22 Exclusive extra content on Patreon 🤍 Subscribe to Sonicstate on YouTube for new content! 🤍 Watch Sonicstate's Exclusive Series: Sonic LAB: 🤍 Meet The Makers: 🤍 Sonicstate Performances: 🤍 Sonic TALK Podcast: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Podcast/iTunes: 🤍

Matthieu Amiguet - Python for realtime audio processing in a live music context


"Python for realtime audio processing in a live music context [EuroPython 2019 - Talk - 2019-07-10 - MongoDB [PyData track] [Basel, CH] By Matthieu Amiguet At Les Chemins de Traverse we explore ways of ""augmenting"" acoustical musical instruments with new sonic possibilities offered by computers. For doing so, we need ultra-low latency real-time audio processing programs. Pretty much the typical situation where python should emnot/em be used, right? Wrong. As it happens, that's exactly what we've been doing for the past few years. Building on Olivier Belanger's wonderful pyo module and (ab)using python's flexibility, we developed custom software to allow us to express our musical ideas. If you want to hear how it sounds, you should go to Europython's social event that will feature a gig based on python-augmented (!) instruments. And if you want to know how we came to use python in this context and how we do it, you should come to this talk! License: This video is licensed under the CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license: 🤍 Please see our speaker release agreement for details: 🤍

Audacity Audio Processing Tutorial // FAST MODE


In this tutorial, I show you the chain I use for processing my audio in Audacity, very quickly. I created this as a means of reaching those who are more advanced with Audacity who might not want to sit through my longer tutorial with information they might already know. Original, longer Audacity tutorial for beginners: 🤍 Adobe Audition processing tutorial: 🤍 Edited w/ Premiere Pro CC: 🤍 Thanks for watching! - ► Support w/ Fan Funding: 🤍 ► Direct Donation: 🤍 ► Visit 🤍 for more reviews & tutorials. ► Gear list: 🤍 - ►► Follow Us! ◄◄ ✔ Twitter: 🤍 ✔ Facebook: 🤍 ✔ Snapchat: EposVox ✔ Twitch: 🤍 ✔ Instagram: 🤍 ✔ Google Plus: 🤍 - ★ Our YouTube Channels ★ Subscribe for more epic videos. ✖ Technology Channel: 🤍 ✖ Social Media Marketing Channel: 🤍 ✖ Vlog Channel: 🤍 ✖ Co-Op Gaming Channel: 🤍 ✖ Epos Solo Gaming Channel: 🤍 ✖ Pokemon TCG Channel: 🤍 ✖ Voice Over & Audiobook Channel: 🤍 - ✖ Sponsors & Affiliate Links ✖ ★ GOG - DRM-free Games! 🤍 ★ Amazon Affiliate Link: 🤍 ★ TubeBuddy: 🤍 ★ Lynda 10-day Trial: 🤍 ★ FameBit: 🤍 ★ VideoBlocks: 🤍 - ◆ Special thanks to Catghost for doing the art for our faces! ◆ Check her out! ◆ ✘ Catghost: 🤍 ✘ Midorea: 🤍 Any links to products or services may be affiliate links that give me a small kickback at no cost to you, with no influence on the content. Free #Tech_Education here! Or, #Techucation - #EposVox delivers it!

Top 8 Libraries For Audio Processing In Python


In this Tutorial we show you the Top 8 Audio Processing libraries in Python. Get your Free Token for AssemblyAI Speech-To-Text API 👇🤍 Torchaudio tutorial: 🤍 - IPython.display - SoundFile - wave module Python - PyAudio - SoundDevice - PyDub - Librosa - Torchaudio ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ CONNECT ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 🖥️ Website: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍 🦾 Discord: 🤍 ▶️ Subscribe: 🤍 🔥 We're hiring! Check our open roles: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Audio- Icon by Eucalyp - Flaticon: 🤍 #Python

How to Add Sound to a Processing Project


How to get started with using audio in a Processing programming project.

Escaping the Hidden Prison of Auditory Processing Disorder | Angela Loucks Alexander | TEDxTauranga


If your auditory system works like a computer, your ears are the hardware and your brain is the software. Even when the ears hear normally, errors in the software (the processing) can interfere with understanding or remembering what was heard. This is called Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) and often leaves sufferers feeling isolated and disconnected. Of the approximately 6% of the population struggling with APD, most don't even know it’s a disorder. The good news is that with specialised audiologist help, dramatic improvement in auditory processing is possible. Dr Angela Loucks Alexander, Audiologist, has spent fifteen years specialising in diagnosing and treating Auditory Processing Disorder (APD), a hearing difficulty with less to do with the ears and more to do with the brain. Despite significantly affecting potential and well-being, many of those affected are unaware of the condition, let alone their treatment options. Angela is the host of Between Two Ears podcast and founder of the Auditory Processing Institute, where she trains audiologists and speech-language pathologists to provide APD services. She has also created an online, searchable map to help clients find the help they need. 🤍 🤍 🤍 Dr. Angela Alexander, Audiologist is the Director of Education at Auditory Processing Institute where she teaches Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists how to provide effective auditory processing services ranging from testing to treatment through online, on-demand courses. Angela has spent the past fifteen years specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of Auditory Processing Disorder, a hearing difficulty that has less to do with the ears and more to do with the brain. She co-authored the chapter titled “Therapy and Management of Auditory Processing Disorders” in the most recent Handbook of Clinical Audiology. Her podcast, Between Two Ears has recently launched discussing and demonstrating listening and hearing disorders in ways you may have not previously considered. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at 🤍

Audio Signal Processing for Music Applications


This course, organized by Xavier Serra (DTIC-UPF) in collaboration with Prof. Julius Smith from Stanford University,can be of interest and accessible to people coming from diverse backgrounds (like musicians and engineers) , while going deep into several signal processing topics. The course focus on the spectral processing techniques of relevance for the description and transformation of sounds; developing the basic theoretical and practical knowledge with which to analyze, synthesize, transform and describe audio signals in the context of music applications.

Advanced Audio Processing for Video


► Wondering How to Edit Audio for Video in Premiere? Check out our brand new, 5-hour free course: 🤍 In video production, audio is arguably more important than the picture. In this free course, you will learn how to edit, process, mix, and master audio for your video projects. You will learn how to use essential audio plugins like EQs, compressors, gates, expanders, and de-essers. You'll learn how to clean up dialogue tracks by fixing noise, reverb, and mouth clicks. You will also learn how to mix and process effects so that they sit in the mix. Finally, you will learn how to use some mastering plugins like compressors and limiters to keep your audio levels and tone in check. By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to be able to tackle the audio portion of your projects like a pro! ► Find royalty free music tracks, idents and sound effects and more creative assets with Envato Elements: 🤍 1. Introduction 0:00 1.1 Introduction 2. Audio Basics 1:30 2.1 Audio Formats 6:18 2.2 Good Sources 12:22 2.3 Monitors and Headphones 3. Basic Processing 18:14 3.1 Limiter 32:14 3.2 Automated Sync in Adobe Premiere Pro 36:28 3.3 Manual Sync 48:54 3.4 Normalizing and Level Adjustments 1:04:30 3.5 Equalization for Dialog 1:19:25 3.6 Compression Basics 1:33:05 3.7 Compression Effect Alternative 1:45:41 3.8 Expanders and Gates 2:00:39 3.9 De-Esser 4. Clean Up 2:25 4.1 Noise Reduction 2:40 4.2 Mouth Clicks 2:49 4.3 Dealing With Multiple Dialog Tracks 5. Sound Effects and Mastering 3:04:43 5.1 Level and Tone Management With Sound Effects 3:17:03 5.2 Mastering Plugins 6. Conclusion 3:30:18 6.1 Conclusion - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Envato Tuts+ Discover free how-to tutorials and online courses. Design a logo, create a website, build an app, or learn a new skill: 🤍 ► Subscribe to Envato Tuts+ on YouTube: 🤍 ► Follow Envato Tuts+ on Twitter: 🤍 ► Follow Envato Tuts+ on Facebook: 🤍 Envato Elements All the creative assets you need under one subscription. Customize your project by adding unique photos, fonts, graphics, and themes: 🤍 ► Download Unlimited Stock Photos, Fonts & Templates with Envato Elements: 🤍

How Digital Audio Works - Computerphile


Learn how to add narration to your Kindle eBooks. Visit 🤍 How does digital audio work? Programmer, Producer and Professional Musician David Domminney Fowler takes us through the basics. Science of Drumming - Sixty Symbols: 🤍 Captain Buzz: Smartphone Pilot: 🤍 Factory of Ideas (Bell Labs): 🤍 Could we Ban Encryption?: 🤍 Computer that Changed Everything: 🤍 🤍 🤍 This video was filmed and edited by Sean Riley. Computer Science at the University of Nottingham: 🤍 Computerphile is a sister project to Brady Haran's Numberphile. More at 🤍

A Pro Voice Over Processing Chain With Saturation, EQ, Compression, Expander/Gate, and De-Essing.


The appropriate processing effects, together with the proper settings can transform a great voice over into an epic, larger than life voice over sound. In this video I walk you through elements of a custom channel strip made for a voice over client from Dallas, TX. Learn EQ For Voice Over 🔗 EQ Fundamentals For Voice Course: 🤍 🔗 Free EQ Tips For Voice Over: 🤍 🔗 Submit Your Voice For Processing: 🤍 🔗 Custom Voice Over Preset Service: 🤍 🔗 Free Voice Recording Basics: 🤍 🔗 Website 🤍 Equipment Referenced In This Video 🔗 Sennheiser MKH 416 Microphone: 🤍 🔗 Focusrite Scarlet Solo Audio Interface: 🤍 Equipment Used In This Video 🔗 Neuman TLM 103 Microphone: About Lenny: Audio engineer, producer, and radio broadcast professional, located in Southern California. Website 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualified purchases. There is no additional cost to you.

Audio Concepts 102: Audio Processing Basics - 1. Audio Processing Basics


Additional videos for this title: 🤍 Audio Concepts 102: Audio Processing Basics by Joe Albano Video 1 of 25 for Audio Concepts 102: Audio Processing Basics This second course in our Audio Concepts series, is focussed on the complicated science of audio processing. It explains the concepts, terminology and applications that all audio professionals need to know and have in their audio toolbox. It includes deep studies on Levels, Gain-staging, Panning, EQ and all of the Dynamics processors and how these audio forces come together in recording, mixing and mastering music. This course is filled with graphs and custom animations to help simplify complicated audio processing theory. It also goes through every aspect of audio, giving you detailed audio examples and letting you listen to how all these processing techniques work. So if youre looking to fully understand audio processing, spend some time exploring this in-depth course and all of the courses in our ever-expanding Audio Concepts series. More info on this title: 🤍

Getting Great Sound: Audio Post Production (Simple Processing Tutorial)


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10 minutes live coding for visuals w/ processing | 08012019


Some live coding practice for live visuals, using Processing in REPL/Hot Swap mode. Minim was used as library for sound analysis. Music: 🤍

Voice Microphone Audio Processing software for HAM RADIO - using the free AUDIO APP - JAMin


using the LINUX AUDIO APP "JAMin" this video demo's using an audio file from the legendary voice of w6obb,(A portion from a podcast 🤍 and adjusting on the fly the voice audio quality with EQ, COMPRESSION, LIMITERs, AGC, and AMPLIFICATION 🤍 🤍 🤍

Audio Visualizer Using Processing


How to make an Audio Visualizer with Processing. Starter Code: 🤍 By the way, you will need to download Sound and minim library. Here's video on how to do that: 🤍

PROCESSING: 6.9 Cargar y reproducir Audio [En español]


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Real-Time Audio Signal Processing in Faust | Stanford


This course, taught by Romain Michon and Yann Orlarey, provides an in-depth overview to the Faust programming language including fundamentals of functional programming. Enroll today! 🤍 The Faust programming language provides a generic way to implement signal processing algorithms for sound synthesis and processing towards professional audio applications. Thanks to its architecture system, Faust can be used to generate a wide range of ready-to-use elements such as audio plug-ins (e.g., VST, AU, etc.), externals for other computer music environments (e.g., ChucK, Max/MSP, PD, CSOUND, SuperCollider, etc.), standalone applications, mobile apps, web apps, etc. Additionally, it is a great tool to make DSP engines embeddable in larger projects. Students will implement a wide range of audio effects and synthesizers from scratch and learn how to turn them into various “finished” audio products. View more courses at: Follow us on social for updates on this and other courses and exclusive programs!

Understanding Auditory Processing Disorder


An audiologist discusses auditory processing disorder. She describes the symptoms, the evaluation and the treatment. In another video on the Utah Neuro Rehabilitation channel, she discusses how to improve auditory processing difficulties. Go to: Strategies to Help Auditory Processing Disorder

Sonos DSP FM audio processing + MPXtool


Here I am using Leif Claesson's MPXtool to monitor the output of the Sonos 1.0.27 "Limit" wideband DSP audio processor using my "Radio" preset with 75 uS pre-emphasis. (The refresh rate of MPXtool is actually much faster and smoother than what my screen capture program recorded.) As you can see, the bandwidth and modulation levels produced by Sonos are tightly controlled and fully suitable for transmitting on a high quality FM Stereo generator and transmitter. It offers greater than -55 dB protection to the 19 kHz MPX FM Stereo pilot tone, and it can achieve consistently high modulation levels without overmodulating. The resulting on-air sound and loudness is competitive with entry level hardware audio processors such as the Optimod 2200, CRL Amigo FM, and Inovonics David II.

What is an Auditory Processing Disorder?


The brain can struggle to understand speech. This can happen for many reasons. There are different types of auditory processing disorders. You are best to find an audiologist in your area who specializes in not only the diagnosis, but also the treatment of auditory processing disorders. 🤍 🤍

Stereo Width Audio Processing | SPL BiG Audio Examples


For the audio measurements I used RME DIGICheck. 00:00 - Master Bus Electronic Music - Making the whole mix wider and positioning vocals in the stereo field 02:22 - Deep House Groove - Adding definition and excitement to the elements 04:45 - Melodic Techno Groove - Enhancing reverb tails and bass energy 07:25 - Acoustic Drum Kit - Adding room and definition Gear used: SPL BiG SPL Hermes SPL DMC RME ADI-2 Pro FS R RME DIGICheck Phable is a german-based singer, vocalist, musician, and DJ with deep roots in House, Techno, Deep House, Dub and Tech House. In the last years, he released on labels such as #Armada, #Ostfunk, #LightMyFire, #WonneMusik, #Pure*, #AudioSafari and recently on #PlasticCity. Sometimes his tracks are melodically sensual, sometimes pumping groovy, his style unique. GET IN TOUCH: BEATPORT: ► 🤍 INSTAGRAM: ► 🤍 WEBSITE: ► 🤍

17.11: Sound Visualization: Frequency Analysis with FFT - p5.js Sound Tutorial


In this "p5.js Sound Tutorial" video, I use the p5.FFT object to analyze the frequencies (spectrum array) of a sound file. I create a "graphic equalizer" like visualization. Support this channel on Patreon: 🤍 Send me your questions and coding challenges! Contact: 🤍 p5.js sound library reference: 🤍 p5.FFT object reference: 🤍 Kristian Pedersen's song: 🤍 Source Code for the Video Lessons: 🤍 p5.js: 🤍 Processing: 🤍 For More Sound in p5.js videos: 🤍 Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍 📄 Code of Conduct: 🤍

Audio processing in Python with Feature Extraction for machine learning


Python library librosa is a python package for music and audio analysis. It provides the building blocks necessary to create music information retrieval systems. librosa uses soundfile and audioread to load audio files. Note that soundfile does not currently support MP3, which will cause librosa to fall back on the audioread library. Library Highlights: - CoreIO and DSP - Feature Extraction - Onset Detection - Beat and Tempo - Spectrogram decomposition - Temporal segmentation - Sequential modeling - Viterbi decoding¶ Content Timeline: - - (00:00) Video Start - (00:08) Content Introduction - (02:27) Python Audio processing resources - (04:08) Tutorial Source code intro - (04:40) Tutorial Starts - (05:18) Royalty free audio - (05:42) Audio processing with librosa - (16:25) Beats retrieval from audio - (18:35) Beats Generation - (21:01) Features Extraction - (21:25) Zero Crossing Rate - (24:37) Spectral Centroid - (27:30) Spectral Rolloff - (28:58) MFCCs - (33:24) Chroma Frequencies - (36:46) RMS Root-mean-square - (41:26) Code Push to GitHub - (42:10) Recap - (43:29) Credits Python librosa url: 🤍 Source Code used in this example: 🤍 Please visit: Prodramp LLC | 🤍 | 🤍prodramp 🤍 Content Creator: Avkash Chauhan (🤍avkashchauhan) 🤍 Tags: #ai #aicloud #h2oai #driverlessai #machinelearning #cloud #mlops #model #collaboration #deeplearning #modelserving #modeldeployment #keras #tensorflow #pytorch #datarobot #datahub #aiplatform #aicloud #modelperformance #modelfit #modeleffect #modelimpact #bias #modelbias #modeldeployment #modelregistery #modelpipeline #neptuneai #librosa #pythondsp #pythonaudio

Audio Signal Processing in MATLAB


This tutorial covers the following topics:- 00:12 How to Record Audio/Voice Signal in MATLAB. 04:17 Plotting the Audio/Recorded Voice Signal in Time Domain. 06:50 Plotting the Audio/Recorded Voice Signal in Frequency Domain using Fast Fourier Transform (fft)/Discrete Fourier Transform. 10:57 How to Save/Read/Write/Listen the Audio Signal in MATLAB. If you have any further questions related to this content or MATLAB in general or more specifically related to Signal Processing please do email us matlabstarter🤍 Music Credits: 🤍

Audio Post Processing for Videos


Everybody's asking, so here ya go. My favorite post processing steps... 1. clean up background noise 2. limiter 3. compressor sometimes de-reverb is needed sometimes de-esser is needed sometimes EQ is needed but the main ones are the first 3 If the audio is recorded correctly, EQ isn't needed. I don't use EQ very much. Favorite audio programs: Adobe Audition Accusonous ERA Izotope RX favorite Rob Schneider movie: Down Periscope The Audio Series: The Best Audio For Video- Part 1... the long awaited audio series intro 🤍 Windproofing a lavalier Microphone Trick for outdoor Audio Recording 🤍 Where do I hide my mic ? 🤍 How Pros mount & HIDE Lavalier Microphones, Transmitters & Recorders 🤍 Why NOT to stick a microphone in your hair 🤍 Creating a Good Audio Recording Environment Indoors 🤍 The Best Microphones 🤍 Audio Recorder Epic Comparison 🤍 Wireless Audio Mic Systems Epic Comparison 🤍 Audio Post Processing for Videos 🤍 Audio Series wrap up, misc stuff 🤍 Subscribe and tell your friends about MarkusPix My Health channel is 🤍 See photoshoot images of Cara at 🤍 The Markus and Cara Instagram page is 🤍 Cara's personal Instagram is 🤍 Markus health products (things that I use personally) 🤍

How stream audio processing almost cancelled my live show


In which I detail how I set myself up to fail by trying to play deep techno on a Zoom show. This is the continuation of this video: 🤍 A special thanks to the audience who helped me fix this on stream. LINK TO FULL SHOW: 🤍 Lomond Campbell: 🤍 Support my work: 🤍 music: 🤍 looking good: connections to like-minded humans: 🤍 My VST/AU FUNDAMENTAL: 🤍 General gearlist (some Amazon affiliate links, I get paid a little if you order through these) AUDIO: RME Babyface Pro 🤍 SHURE SM7B 🤍 GEFELL 670 M70 RAMSA WRS 4424 mixing disk SONY PCM-D100 recorder Telefunken M15 reel-to-reel Ableton Live 10 🤍 HEDD HEDDPHONES HEDD 20 Monitors 🤍 MEZE Audio Classic 99 🤍 VIDEO: Panasonic GH5 🤍 12-35 Lumix 🤍 Blackmagicdesign Pocket Cinema 4K 🤍 Panasonic 12-60 Lumix Blackmagicdesign Atem mini 🤍 Manfrotto 055 Stands 🤍 Aputure Amaran lighting 🤍 Phillips Hue lighting 🤍 BenQ ScreenBar plus 🤍 Final Cut Pro X 🤍

Real Time Audio Processing for Live Streaming - Mixing a Live Stream


Audio mastering for live video can be tricky, especially when running a one or two man show. We've done extensive research at available tools for audio mixing, and can't wait to share it with you. Audio is SUPER important! It’s more important than good video in many cases. One thing you should learn about is ASIO Audio Drivers. ASIO Drivers allow a single USB mixer to bring in multiple unique audio inputs. This is important because you may have a guitar, a female vocalist and/or a male vocalist that all need different EQ and compression settings. Trying to mix all of your audio input sources into a single source in your video production software is limiting and we want to have full control over the latest real-time audio processing solutions. Quick note about ASIO Drivers: ASIO Drivers usually will not work in Windows if they are not setup to be the default recording device. Once it’s setup properly you can bring in each source in the mixer as an individual stereo or mono audio input. Here the plugins we are using today! Renaissance Axx (Vocal Enhancer) Renaissance Channel (Compressor & EQ) Renaissance DeEsser (sibilance attenuator) Real Time Vocal Tuner (Auto Tuner) NS1 Noise Suppressor (Noise Suppression) Vocal Rider (Achieve Perfect Vocal Levels) Morphoder - (Vocoder Robot Sound) GTR3 Amps (Distortion Amp System) All of these plugins are VST3 compatible and they allow us to process our audio inputs in real time. In this video, we cover the tools from audio plugins, incorporated with vMix. Check it out! PTZOptics Live Streaming Camera Manufacturer focused on HD-SDI, USB 3.0, HDMI and IP streaming cameras. Our YouTube channel features live broadcasting tips, tricks and tutorials for live streaming and more. ✓ Watch our Latest Friday Live Stream: 🤍 ✓ Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - 🤍 ✓ Join the Giveaway of the Week - 🤍 ✓ Free UDEMY Course on how we live stream here: 🤍 Hashtags: #ptzoptics, #livestreaming, #tech, #videoproduction, #PTZCameras, #streamingmedia, #webinar, #collaboration #wirecast #vmix #newtek #Tricaster #blackmagic #FacebookLive #YouTubeLive

Professional Audio- Digital Sound Processing explained


I show the importance of a digital sound/speaker processor also known as a crossover in any professional audio system. I explain how it works its magic and what exactly it does in an audio system. These are possibly one of the most critical elements in any pro system.

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