Decimates (reduces the effective sample rate), and decreases the bit depth of the input signal, allows non integer values for smooth transitions between clean and lofi signals.
Bit depth
The bit depth that the signal will be reduced to.
Sample rate (Hz)
The sample rate that the signal will be resampled at.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Filter Description:

Note: when sampling a signal, only the sample that occurs in the given time window is stored. Since the output values are never reset to zero they are stored until they are overwritten by other samples from the signal. The sample should be accumulated into the buffer before the next output. Once the buffer is filled with decimated samples (i.e. post add) the samples are output until the buffer is full and then output again until the next interval. A more detailed example of this could be seen below.

Using RTC as an example:

0: RTC data is collected on a per-second basis. Data is continuously output while data is present in the buffer but is not sent out until the buffer is full.
1: The buffer stores 512 samples and output for 5 seconds, the buffer is then reset, output for another 5 seconds, the buffer is then reset, output for another 5 seconds.
3: The buffer stores 512 samples and output for 5 seconds, the buffer is then reset, output for another 5 seconds, the buffer is then reset, output for another 5 seconds.
5: RTC data is collected on a per-second basis.

Decimator Code Sample:

class Decimator(object):
“””
Decimates the input sample rate of the signal being processed.
“””
def __init__(self):
“””
Initialize the decimation process.
“””
self.Samples = []
self.Samples_accumulated = []
self.Size = 512
self.SamplingRate = 80000
self.Time = 0
def init(self):
“””
Set the signal sampling rate to that of the output signal.
“””
self.times = np.linspace(0, self.Samples_accumulated.last_time, num=self.Samples_accumulated.num)
for i in xrange(self.Samples):
self.Samples.append(np.ones(self.Samples_accumulated.num))
for i in range(len(self.Samples_accumulated.times)):
self.Samples_accumulated.times = self.sampling_rate(self.Samples_accumulated.times, i)
def sampling_rate(self, times, index):
“””
Sampling rate method.
“””
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`Neurophina` is a small program using the cwRST or cwJSON libraries to perform downsampling and amplitude decay, respectively.
Neurophina works with the `KGBezier` library. This is the cwLibrary for bezier curves and splines. A bezier is merely a line with 3 control points, a curve is an infinite sequence of connected line segments; the Bezier algorithm and the KGBezier library are used to build the curve, and the spline routines in the library are used to build the underlying function. KGBezier is the C++ version of the popular Matlab “Bspline” library, and `Neurophina` adheres to the same conventions that Matlab.
In particular, the SplineForm is named `GFM_splineForm` and must be explicitly deleted after use.
`Neurophina` is also compatible with `KGBezier`’s non cw port if the user so wishes.
Generates a file with the filename `decimate.wav` if it’s a downsampled version, or decimates the input file if it’s a cleaned version.
Cuts the Sample Rate (Hz) at the specified value.
Curves are smoothed (soft, or bezier) between the specified values, the curve for 0.5 to 0.51 is the same as 0.5 to 0.51, but it is soft.
Displays the results of the operation in an editor (if the input file is the same as the output)
Delay:
`Neurophina` also has a delay function that works like this:
`delay(delayTime)`
`decimate (input, inputDelay, output, outputDelay)`
This creates `inputDelay` milliseconds worth of extra time, and cuts and resamples the input file.
Similarly, when you run a process that takes a second of input, add some delay before calling `decimate`, you can simulate the effect of changing the input signal’s sample rate.
Typically, when you want to decimate to half the sample rate, you’d add 2 milliseconds of time.
For example, if you want to decimate to half the sample rate, you want the input to be delayed by 2 milliseconds before decimate runs.
This delay will typically be between your sample rate for the
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Normalization
The feature’s normalization method.

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What’s New in the Decimator?

This module will remove noise from lofi sample rates.
Provides and output that will be the sample rate of the signal with the least noise.
This is used to post process lofi samples.

On a side note, for the sake of curiosity, how does this comparison work in your mind?

A:

1)I see 2 way to look at using these modules:

the first being to use them in the chain where they will perform
some preprocessing. In your case, you might do something like
“perform denoising and resampling on the input, then downsample and
further process the output”. In which case, the use of these modules
would be strictly for postprocessing.
the other way being to use them on your signal before
ever using them to downsample and do further processing. In this
case, they can be used “in situ”, as they may actually affect the
signal, for example when using a high pass filter to get rid of dc
noise (eg when recording and doing the downsampling and
further processing on the same device), or use them as a preprocessing step, like other modules of the Melodyne family.

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