[CM] removing harmonic content from sound (solutions for real-time use)

NA snd at oddodd.org
Tue Aug 15 12:12:44 PDT 2023

Hi Anders,

Some Harmonic-Percussive Source Separation could help you out.
Check the Fluid Corpus Manipulation Toolkit. 

Niklas Adam

On Tue Aug 15, 2023 at 4:40 PM CEST, Anders Vinjar wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> perhaps someone here has suggestions, og refs to techniques, examples or
> further info?
> I want to remove as much-as-possible harmonic content from sound input,
> leaving only the noise part.  Think acoustic guitar, or close-miked
> piano, leaving the 'mechanics' only.
> Ultimately i'll need a real-time solution.
> Perhaps something like a LPC-based approach which may be used in
> real-time?
> Or perhaps trying to subtract a certain part of the result of a
> FFT-analysis?  Or some other approach?  Anyone tried?
> All suggestions or refs are very welcome! :-)
> Thanks!
> -anders
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