Low Reduced Frequency Tubes
LRFTubes a Python computer program for computing one-dimensional acoustic waves in ducts and other lumped elements. LRFTubes is used by ASCEE for modeling:
These modeling efforts are done to reduce the amount of design trial and error procedures, effectively resulting in shorter design improvement cycles.
LRFTubes contains a large amount of pre-defined models, such as for (micro)speakers, ducts with several cross section types (circular, rectangular, narrow slits), transitions, cones, the IEC 711 ear coupler, etc, which quickly enables us to model your system. Moreover, we can use the code programmatically for optimization purposes.
LRFTubes is propietary code.
Library for Acoustic Signal Processing
LASP is a Python-C library for acoustic signal processing.
The main goal of this library will be the processing of data from an array of microphones real time, on a Raspberry PI. At the point in time of this writing, we are yet unsure whether the Raspberry PI will have enough computational power to this end, but may be by the time it is finished, we have a new faster generation :).
Current features that are implemented:
Future features (wish-list)
For now, the source code is well-documented but it requires some additional documentation (the math behind it). This will be published in a sister repository in a later stage.
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