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voice Recogniton from audio file

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Hi !

I need your help to make an autoit baby cray monitor. I made an audio wav file (as a footprint of my baby cray sound).

by how to compare 2 sound file to do voice Recogniton ?

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Hi !

I need your help to make an autoit baby cray monitor. I made an audio wav file (as a footprint of my baby cray sound).

by how to compare 2 sound file to do voice Recogniton ?

I think that's very very difficult. I expect that your baby will be asking to borrow your car keys before you get that working.


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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Moin mary,

I don't know if the following Link will help you, but decide it by yourself ...

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...625&hl=wave

Do you think it's th right way to compare two sounds ?

You wrote that you made a Fingerprint of your Baby's crying voice, but what' up if your Baby is croaky or had swallowed something ?

It's a very interesting thing: How to create a Baby Alert System with AutoIt!

Greetz

Greenhorn

Edited by Greenhorn

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If there is more than one baby and you want to figure out which one cried, then I would call this mission nearly impossible.

On the other hand: if you want to distinguish the baby from other sound sources you could start with recording the sound, do a Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) and compare with the FFT of the reference sound. Assuming that the same frequencies are produced every time of course.

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I did somthing like this a while ago. I was trying to get my computer to do stuff when I yelled at it and it worked marginally, the trouble mainly came when I was trying to distinguishing the commands. Since you just want to know when your baby is crying It shouldn't be that hard. Especially since not many things sounf like a crying baby. Somthing called a Fourier Transform should help you, just remember to use a large frequencie buffer. :D


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