[Clam-devel] Re: How to reproduce your synthesis

Han, Yushen yushen.han at gmail.com
Mon Jun 30 01:35:34 PDT 2008

Hi, Pau and Greg

Tonight I tried to write down what I understood about Greg's
implementation and what I had done.
But I have problem in logging my CLAM wiki page now.
So I attached my writing for your information.

Also, in the following paragraphs, I had a few questions about Greg's
implementation and synthesis in general.
4.2 Stages of a note and loop
4.4 Cross fading

Let me know if my writing is not clear or my understanding is incorrect. Thanks!

Best regards,
Han, Yushen

On Sun, Jun 29, 2008 at 5:54 AM, Han, Yushen <yushen.han at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, Pau and Greg
> I just write to let you know that
> tonight I finally started to blog about our project.
> http://iua-share.upf.edu/wikis/clam/index.php/GSoC/Real-time_Synthesizer_Using_SMS_Models_for_a_Woodwind_Instrument
> I think I should send another update since I changed the loop
> finding/choosing scheme.
> Greg, now begin to appreciate your metadata management - I hardly
> changed that part!
> Best regards,
> Han, Yushen
> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 4:37 AM, Han, Yushen <yushen.han at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Pau.
>> Wop. "filledShort.wav" is a wrong attachment. Please ignore it.
>> You will be appreciated if you can compile and run my simpleOboeSynthesizer:
>>  https://www.slashtmp.iu.edu/public/download.php?FILE=yushan/38176CYRpXb
>> Also I would like to know if you have any comment on the oboe sound.
>> Now it's quite primitive.
>> I know I still need to improve the cross-fading scheme...
>> Best regards,
>> Han, Yushen
>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 4:31 AM, Han, Yushen <yushen.han at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Pau,
>>> Here is  the plugin with SDIF data.
>>> https://www.slashtmp.iu.edu/public/download.php?FILE=yushan/38176CYRpXb
>>> I think the only thing one needs to do is compile it by scon.
>>> I already modified the SConstruct file ( but I did not test it in any
>>> machine other than mine ).
>>> then one can run it in the directory from the command line.
>>> (the parameters are compatible with Greg's synthesizer)
>>> e.g.
>>> ./SimpleOboeSynthesizer OboeSDIF/ testData/A440Test.txt oboe440.wav
>>> synthesis.xml
>>> (The patch is a totally separate thing. One may also apply the patch
>>> "ResizeInSpectralPeakArray.patch" to avoid a possible error in run
>>> time.)
>>> Best regards,
>>> Han, Yushen
>>> On Sun, Jun 22, 2008 at 12:34 PM, Pau Arumí <parumi at iua.upf.edu> wrote:
>>>> Hi Yushen,
>>>> good to hear from you!
>>>> On dv, 2008-06-20 at 16:30 -0400, Han, Yushen wrote:
>>>>> Pau,
>>>>> I made a simpleOboeSyntheizer with a set of oboe notes of C4-C5 in SDIF.
>>>>> I was reusing Greg's SDIF processings in his continuousExcitationSynthesizer.
>>>>> A change is that I modified his LoopingSDIFFileReader (a system file)
>>>>> to be SDIFFileReaderWithLoop (only functions in this plugin) in order
>>>>> to minimize any change in dependence ( and I don't have to compile the
>>>>> whole CLAM ).
>>>>> I sent a patch that fixed the resize issue in SpectralPeakArray.
>>>>> However, I don't know how to send the whole plugin to CLAM for testing.
>>>>> I put everything under the folder "simpleOboeSynthesizer" as a plugin
>>>>> which does not require Greg's continuousExcitationSynthesizer (I hope
>>>>> that I have copied all the necessary files from his folder.)
>>>> As a first step, just make all the code and data available (uploading it
>>>> somewhere preferably) and give step-by-step instructions for setting it
>>>> up.
>>>> Then I'll give feedback on how should be integrated and we, hopefully,
>>>> can proceed to checking in patches.
>>>>> This week I only worked a few hours on our project for I was busy with
>>>>> sth for my professor's talk.
>>>>> I can resume my schedule next week and hope to have more time in July too.
>>>> Good to know.
>>>>> Hope your dissertation goes on well.
>>>> Yes. but many gaps to fill and  have few weeks...
>>>> Cheers
>>>> Pau
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