Soundgen is an open-source algorithm for the synthesis of human non-speech sounds and animal vocalizations in a user-friendly way, with a limited number of acoustically meaningful parameters. This tool is primarily intended for psychological and biological research. Potentially it can also be used for human-machine interaction, since it provides a straightforward method for reproducing or generating de novo a wide variety of emotional vocalizations. Soundgen is published on CRAN as an R package, which also offers tools for acoustic analysis that were used in all my publications.

Bug reports, criticisms and suggestions are all warmly welcome! Soundgen is written and maintained by Andrey Anikin. You can reach me at rty.anik / at / rambler.ru

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Noticed more bugs? Need some functionality that is not available at present? Don't hesitate to send me an email!


This page was last updated on Dec 11, 2019.