[chuck-users] Time to SMIRK!
fiebrink at princeton.edu
Fri Oct 3 14:58:08 EDT 2008
We call your attention to the Small Music Information Retrieval
toolKit, SMIRK, available and waiting for your download and abuse at http://smirk.cs.princeton.edu
Like smelt (http://smelt.cs.princeton.edu), SmirK is a set of ready-to-
use building blocks and examples. It's all written in ChucK, so
there's nothing to "install." (But it does come with its own ChucK
class hierarchy, which you'll have to download, so you'll have to set
your path carefully, unlike smelt. See the comments in each file for
instructions.) Use the code as-is, or modify it to suit your needs.
sMiRk includes 2 key components: feature extraction (using the UAna
framework at http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/uana/) and classification
(e.g., k-nearest-neighbor, AdaBoost). This comes with some simple
keyboard-based and MAUI-based interfaces for training and running
* Train a classifier to recognize vowels versus consonants, and then
apply it to pan the incoming audio appropriately
* Do the same based on instrument, speaker, or even genre of songs in
your iTunes collection
* Recognize different trackpad or accelerometer gestures
* Do all this training on-the-fly, in real-time!
* Use MAUI to do simple visualizations of features and classification
results (for Mac only; not required)
We'd love you to download smirk, read about it, ask questions about
it, abuse it, request new features, and contribute to it yourselves.
We've set up a wiki at
http://wiki.cs.princeton.edu/index.php/Chuck/SmirK where you can do
all these things.
Meanwhile, we're continuing to hack away...
Rebecca, Ge, and Perry
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