Software

The Acoustics Research Institute is involved in the creation and maintenance of a number of software packages used for acoustic research.

The Acoustics Research Institute is involved in the programming and maintenance of a number of software projects with applications in acoustic research.

  • AMToolbox: Auditory-modeling toolbox for Matlab/Octave. Initiated by Peter Søndergaard. Hosted and maintained by Piotr Majdak.
  • AMUD: automatic detection and segmentation of ultrasonic vocalizations
  • ARI HRTF Database: The ARI HRTF database contains high-resolution HRTFs of more than 200 subjects.
  • ExpSuite: Software for Psychoacoustic Tests: Software framework for hearing-related experiments with acoustic and electric stimulation. Developed and hosted by ARI.
  • LTFAT: Toolbox for time-frequency analysis in Matlab/Octave. Hosted by Zdenek Prusa. Contains contributions from ARI.
  • Mesh2HRTF: Open source software collection to numerically calculate HRTFs.
  • STx: Acoustic, speech and signal processing application for Windows. Developed by ARI.
  • Subjects: Database software for subjects data. Developed and hosted by ARI.

Sound Tools Extended (STx) is an acoustic speech and signal processing application for Windows. It provides tools to analyse, visualise, segment, and annotate wave files. It uses it's own annotation file format, but can import and export PRAAT TextGrid files. The software is actively being developed at the Acoustics Research Institute in Vienna, and is used in a variety of acoustic fields around the world. For non-commercial, scientific and educational purposes, we offer STx free for download.

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