[chuck-users] Time to SMIRK!
radarsat1 at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 16:40:18 EDT 2008
Kick ass, Rebecca!
The idea struck me once to do feature analysis in ChucK but it's not
really my thing so it was just a passing thought..
Nice to see it done, and done. ;-)
This'll be fun to work with. I can think of two good uses right off
the top of my head: single-sample modulation based on feature
extraction. (i.e., "adaptive audio effects") And beatbox sequencing.
On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 2:58 PM, Rebecca Fiebrink <fiebrink at princeton.edu> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> 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 classifiers.
> For example:
> * 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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> chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu
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