The Acoustics Research Institute is involved in the programming and maintenance of a number of software projects with applications in acoustic research.

  • AMUD:   automatic detection and segmentation of ultrasonic vocalizations
  • ExpSuite:   Software framework for hearing-related experiments with acoustic and electric stimulation. Initiated by Piotr Majdak. Maintained by Michael Mihocic.
  • HRTF Database:   The ARI HRTF database contains high-resolution HRTFs of more than 200 subjects.
  • HTS-engine-world:   Integration of the WORLD vocoder and hts_engine API-1.10 for parametric speech synthesis with Hidden Markov Models (HMM).
  • LTFAT:   Toolbox for time-frequency analysis in Matlab/Octave. Hosted by Zdenek Prusa. Contains contributions from ARI.
  • Mesh2HRTF:   Software package for numerical calculation of HRTFs. Initiated by Harald Ziegelwanger. Maintained by Wolfgang Kreuzer (ARI) and Fabian Brinkmann (TU Berlin).
  • SOFA API for Matlab/Octave: Toolbox for dealing with SOFA files. Initiated by Piotr Majdak. Maintained by Piotr Majdak and Michael Mihocic.
  • STx:   Acoustic, speech and signal processing application for Windows. Developed by ARI.
  • Subjects:   Database software for subjects data. Developed and hosted by ARI.
  • The AMT:   The Auditory modeling toolbox for Matlab/Octave. Initiated by Peter Søndergaard. Hosted and maintained by Clara Holomey and Piotr Majdak.