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Works 1972−

ISA software

Computer Voice Fields™ (CVF) in dB/Semitone scale on Intelligent Speech Analyzer ™ (ISA)

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Psychoacoustic links to "en.wikipedia.org/wiki": Psychoacoustics   Auditory   Auditive   Auditory phonetics   Auditory system anatomy   Sone scale   Phon scale   Loudness   Equal-loudness contours   Fletcher–Munson curves   Bark scale   Critical bands   Auditory Filters   ERB scale (Equivalent rectangular bandwidth)   Mel scale   Semitone scale   Hertz scale   Sound pressure   SPL (Sound pressure level)   Stevens's power law   Stanley Smith Stevens   Harvey Fletcher   Karl Eberhard Zwicker

My F0 analysis is done by bandpass filtering the time signal and then searching every voice period in the time signal using my unique method. By searching in the time signal, each voive period can be determined with high accuracy F0, and even small variations in the fundamental frequency can be seen.

My unique F0 algorithm also makes it possible to determine the jitter and the shimmer.

My F0 algorithm has been in use for 35 years since 1984 and has been running in real time on the NEC's uPD7720 signal processor since 1985, 34 years ago.

Analysis of images I have from the very beginning coded Neon object-oriented programming language.

Who else would have done pitch analysis in Finland already on 1984, 35 years ago, and already on 1985 in real time?

In the pictures the phrase "Ai ai kun on kaunis päivä" (Oh ai when it's a beautiful day) is a voice field and a phonetogram on a semitone scale.

Each identified F0 period is displayed separately in the voice field.

Automatically searches for dB values ​​for the highest and lowest pitch of all semitones.

F0 histogram in semitone scale.

F0 histogram in a semitone scale.