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Retexture — Towards Interactive Environmental Sound Texture Synthesis through Inversion of Annotations

Diemo Schwarz 1
1 Equipe Interactions musicales temps-réel
STMS - Sciences et Technologies de la Musique et du Son
Résumé : We present a way to make environmental recordings controllable again by the use of continuous annotations of the high-level semantic parameter one wishes to control, e.g. "wind strength" or "crowd excitation level". The annotations serve as a descriptor in corpus-based concatenative synthesis. The workflow has been evaluated by a preliminary subject test and first results on the canonical correlation analysis show high consistency between annotations and a small set of audio descriptors being well correlated with them.
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Diemo Schwarz. Retexture — Towards Interactive Environmental Sound Texture Synthesis through Inversion of Annotations. Computer Music Multidisciplinary Research (CMMR), Oct 2013, Marseille, France. pp.283-290. ⟨hal-01106852⟩

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