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Analysis step. Our analysis step is given 5ms for all cases. Analysis window. In this assignment we use 6 different analysis window sizes. For the first two parts, we use 20ms window length which means samples. The window size can be calculated by multiplying the window length in milliseconds by sampling frequency.
On part 3 of this assignment, we use 10,30,40,60 and 80 millisecond window length which means ,,, and samples respectively. We organized the input signal into N analysis frames and saved in matrix having N columns and window size rows. Each Frame will contain window Eg. In the first and third part, since we are using Hamming window we are giving more emphasis to the samples at the center and less to the side samples.
In order to avoid losing information due to this effect we use some techniques at beginning and ending of our signal. For example, let us see how frames are organized and analysis is performed for part 1 case where window size is and step size As presented in figure 1a.
At the beginning case shift the window to the left to make the first 80 samples in the center and add zeros to fill up the empty window space as shown in Fig 1a. Fig 1a. And at the end of the signal we will also fill the last analysis frame and part of the 80 samples in case of empty spaces as shown in Fig 1a.
The overall frame organization is presented in Fig 1a. We only try to show our part 1 case here. Generally, for any window length or analysis step size we will add half of the window size minus half of the analysis step size zeros at the beginning. The same will be done at the end except there can be additional zeros in case of signal size is not a multiple of analysis step size.
The code below performs the above analysis. Then our sample signal is copied to the new matrix xx starting from the th sample, here leaving the first sample value as zero. We took window size samples by shifting every 80 step size samples. A single frame at a time is taken for analysis until the last frame and each frame is saved in matrix N. The matrix N which is of size x holds the value of frames and each is of size of Derive for each frame corresponding N-column matrices containing:. The LPC predictor coefficients using the Matlab functions lpc or levinson.
The predictor gain G computed from the LPC coefficients and the frame autocorrelation. The linear prediction error residual. Short time signal processing is usually done using windowing. Frames are windowed to improve the frequency domain representation. For this case, hamming window is used. The LPC predictor coefficients are found from our windowed signal x1w using the matlab function lpc as below where P is the LPC prediction order, which is 16 in this case.
LPC is used for transmitting information of the spectral envelope. In LPC analysis, sound is assumed to be a result of an all pole filter applied to a source with flat spectrum. Then each computation of the coefficients is put in the matrix A.
The predictor gain is computed using the matlab code below. The predictor gain is found using the lpc coefficients and the correlation. Autocorrelation which refers to the cross correlation of a signal with itself describes the redundancy in the signal. The autocorrelation is not very accurate but it guarantees stability. The linear prediction error which is the difference between the real output and the prediction is computed as shown below.
In the cases of a few selected frames choose both voiced and unvoiced examples , compare the LPC envelopes obtained using the parameters found in b. The voiced speech is characterized by its fine formant structure and its periodic property.
The fine harmonic structure is due to the quasi-periodicity of speech and may be attributed to the vibrating vocal chords. FFT is used for the short time fourier analysis. The formants are a set of peaks that characterize the spectral envelope.
The formant structure spectral envelope is due to the interaction of the source and the vocal tract. Fig 1c. Voiced Examples. Its plot is shown below in Fig 1c. The envelope strictly followed the FFT of the windowed signal. The plot of the voiced input signal shows that it is periodic. It can also be observed that the error signal has somewhat larger peaks at time instants where the input signal has its peak values than valleys.
The FFT magnitude is higher than the magnitude of the envelope at the peaks rather than the valleys. So, the error signal tends to correspond to the frequency of the peaks than the valleys. The figure also shows peaks of the LPC envelope at low frequency are higher than peaks of the LPC envelope at high frequency. The higher peaks represent the formants of the voiced segment. The impulse response of the voiced frames show some sort of periodicity as shown in Fig 1c.
Using these results,. The first formant is around From the vowel triangle, it can be seen that it is in the region AA as expected. The plot of the first two formants made using spectrogram is shown below in Fig 1c. Another voiced input signal frame is taken into consideration.
It shows the similar characteristics with a voiced signal that is discussed above. It can be seen that the signal is not periodic. The error signal is distorted do not have periodic peaks like the case in voiced signal. The FFT plot do not show periodicity like the voiced signal case. It can also be seen that its peaks of the LPC envelope for low frequency remains the same for high frequency sometimes it even increases. The impulse response of the unvoiced frames does not show periodicity.
Additional unvoiced input signal frames are taken into consideration. Both show similar characteristics of unvoiced signal that are discussed above. Compute from the matrix of LPC predictor coefficients a corresponding matrix IR of impulse responses consisting of truncated versions of length 5ms of the infinite-length impulse responses of the LPC synthesis filters.
The following code is used to get the impulse response of the truncated version of length 5ms which is equal to frame length of Discuss how good the impulses responses derived in d. Analyze the results obtainable when using impulse response truncated at different possible lengths. The truncated versions of 5ms infinite length impulse responses of the LPC synthesis filters is shown below in the figures. Fig 1e. The 5ms length truncated version less approximates the spectral envelope of the LPC model than the 20ms length truncated version.
The 30ms length truncated version less approximates the spectral envelope of the LPC model than the 50ms length truncated version. At the 50ms truncated length it exactly overlaps on the spectral envelope and increasing the truncated IR length any further does not make a change. In general, it is observed that as the truncated versions length of the infinite-length impulse response increases, the truncated impulse responses approximate the spectral envelope of the LPC model better.
Repeat the analysis in 1a. The code below computes the predictor coefficient, gain and residual error by applying Hamming window. For the case of Rectangular Hanning Bartlett and Blackman the same step is done except the part of windowing. Plot on a dB scale and compare the predictor gain G obtained in the various cases along the whole utterance. The predictor gain is the largest for the Rectangular window.
The side lobe also shows somewhat constant level. Therefore, it has more gain because it does not attenuate the signals other than the ones at center of the analysis window i. But they remain somewhat constant after that. Therefore, they do not increase attenuating the signals outside the main lobe very much. So, they have the second largest gain. The Hanning window side lobes at the beginning are greater than the magnitude of the beginning side lobes of the black man and hamming window.
But, this is observed for the beginning of the side lobe only. After that, the side lobes have tendency to decrease in magnitude attenuating the signals outside and farther from the main lobe more and more. Learn more. Plot voiced data over original data from sound file in matlab Ask Question.
Asked 3 years, 3 months ago. Modified 3 years, 3 months ago. Viewed 71 times. Improve this question. Daniel Rolnik. Daniel Rolnik Daniel Rolnik 13 4 4 bronze badges. Add a comment. Sorted by: Reset to default. Highest score default Date modified newest first Date created oldest first. Improve this answer. Matlab throws me error that says: "Error using plot Vectors must be the same length. Added your solution to Github repo. Maybe you know how to solve this problem? Thanks in advance.
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