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Adding jitter (or shimmer) to a voice sample

To train my students in Speech Language Therapy it would be great if I could modify voice samples by adding increasing degrees of jitter or shimmer to a
voice_acoustics
25 Mar
#7233
 
7232

Re: Mac vs. PC: Get interval at time...

... This "time stamp" is rounded to six decimal digits and can therefore be above or below the actual time of the boundary. To get the exact time of the
Paul Boersma
21 Mar
#7232
 
7231

Re: Mac vs. PC: Get interval at time...

... So you select a boundary, which you can only do in the TextGrid window, and then you do "Get interval at time"? But that is not a command in the TextGrid
Paul Boersma
20 Mar
#7231
 
7230

Mac vs. PC: Get interval at time...

Hello Paul, I just noticed that there is a difference between the Mac and PC version of Praat in dealing with "Get interval at time..." command. If you select
kyuchulyoon
19 Mar
#7230
 
7229

Re: SFF in semitones

To definitely close the topic on semitones, I present a corrected version of my message that caused unnecessary confusion about logs. “… this is not a
Bogdan Rozborski
18 Mar
#7229
 
7228

Re: SFF in semitones

To definitely close the topic on semitones, I present a corrected version of my message that caused unnecessary confusion about logs. “… this is not a
Bogdan Rozborski
18 Mar
#7228
 
7227

Spectrogram - set cursor?!

Hi all, I'm new here. I'm analyzing underwaternoise and need to find frequency peaks in a special dB range. Currently I set the cursor cross (spectrogram) to
saraha89430
16 Mar
#7227
 
7226

Re: SFF in semitones

The term “five-staff notation “ was used metaphorically. Branka From: mailto:praat-users-noreply@... Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 12:27 PM
branka_zei
16 Mar
#7226
 
7225

Re: SFF in semitones

... Oh, I didn't realize that the confusion was about such basic facts. Well, I am happy to say that both definitions are the same (disregarding the irrelevant
Paul Boersma
16 Mar
#7225
 
7224

Re: SFF in semitones

What does five-staff notation have to do with pitch hight? The latter is a conventional, biased graphical representation of a subjective analysis of speech and
Amine Beyhom
16 Mar
#7224
 
7223

Re: SFF in semitones

... I'm not sure if I've answered to this post already, but this is not a matter of relevance bat the matter of definition. If you say “the intensity of a
Bogdan Rozborski
16 Mar
#7223
 
7222

Re: SFF in semitones

In psycholinguistic research we consider perceptual judgements by naked ear. In such intuitive judgements (of voices as high /low-pitched – well /poorly
branka_zei
15 Mar
#7222
 
7221

Re: SFF in semitones

And of course musical notes are quite useless since they also use a logarithmic scale!! ... etc…
Daniel Hirst
15 Mar
#7221
 
7220

Re: SFF in semitones

... Well, if that's useless, then every logarithmic quantity is useless, for instance dB for acoustic intensity, or the Richter scale for earthquakes… Making
Paul Boersma
15 Mar
#7220
 
7219

Re: SFF in semitones

To convert f0 values (in Hz) to semitones (ST), given a reference frequency (in Hz), simply use: pitch_ST = hertzToSemitones(f0_Hz) -
Piet Mertens
15 Mar
#7219
 
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