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The influence of the diameter and depth of the hole in the whistle on the timbre and directionality
Borovičková, Barbora ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis examines the influence of the diameter and depth of the holes in the recorder on the timbre and directionality of the resulting tone. For measurements and subsequent data analysis, nine flute body prototypes were made from three different materials and with three different wall thicknesses. During the measurement, holes with different diameters were drilled into the prototypes. Thanks to this procedure, it was possible to separate desirable influences from undesirable ones. The measured data were analyzed in the Matlab environment.
Computational Methods for Comparative Music Performance Analysis
Ištvánek, Matěj ; Róka,, Rastislav (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (referee) ; Smékal, Zdeněk (advisor)
Zvyšující se dostupnost digitálního hudebního obsahu a různých interpretací hudebních děl zároveň podněcuje vývoj výpočetních metod oboru získávání hudebních informací (MIR). Tento rozvoj ale nemusí být vždy reflektován v souvisejících oblastech – například v analýze interpretačního výkonu (MPA). Hlavním tématem této disertační práce je využití výpočetních metod a digitálního zpracování hudby pro cíle MPA. Tato práce se zabývá principy MIR pro analýzu a porovnání rozdílů hudebních výkonů a jejich parametrů. Práce analyzuje limitace detektorů nástupů tónů a dob založených na konvenčních přístupech a na strojovém učení, při degradaci vstupního signálu, snížení vzorkovací frekvence, nebo v komplexnějších hudebních strukturách. Dále ukazuje možnosti použití hudební synchronizace, extrakce parametrů a výběru příznaků na originálních datech smyčcových kvartetů pro binární klasifikaci původu interpretů. Na závěr demonstruje vyvíjený software pro komparativní analýzu hudby, který kombinuje přívětivé uživatelské prostředí pro přehrávání, navigaci a vizualizaci dat hudebního výkonu s výpočetními metodami MIR.
The Analysis of mutes on trombone and trumpet timbre
Košař, Vojtěch ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
This work deals with the sound mute issues, specifically how they affect the timbre of a trombone and a trumpet, their sound spectrum, levels of individual harmonic tones, the presence of formants and the directional characteristics of individual tones played in various dynamics. A part of this work is also focused on the theoretical description of a trombone and a trumpet, including their brief history, their classification, the parts they are consisting of and the timbre. The theoretical part is further dealing with the description of mathematic functions like FFT or LPC analysis, which have been implemented in the MATLAB environment when creating the graphic dependents for this theme.
The Spectrum analysis of different types of saxophones
Greiplová, Barbora ; Mojdl, Edgar (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the sound of three types of Yamaha saxophones, specifically soprano, alto and tenor saxophone. Lists the basic parameters of the instrument, how it forms the tone and how it is typical. It focuses on characteristics in its tone using spectral analysis, LPC analysis and directional characteristics. The work focuses on the common properties of saxophones as instruments, it also looks for differences between selected types of saxophones and between individual tones. The results are compared in graphs, tables and verbal evaluation.
Spectral analysis of flute organ whistles and their comparison
Sommer, Tomáš ; Michálková Slimáčková, Jana (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
This work is focused on the problems of spectral analysis of flutes stops in organ pipes. The first part of this work is about terminology of organ pipes. This theoretical part is also focused on the problem of harmonic analysis with the use of mathematical signal processing methods, which allows this analysis. The second part of this work deals with measuring methods of specific organs and acquiring sound samples and their evaluation and spectrum description.
Analysis of Time-Varying Spectrum of Pianos
Smělý, Pavel ; Rajmic, Pavel (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
This work focuses on an analysis of a time-varying spectrum of pianos. The beginning of the work deals with the gradual evolution of the piano, aiming at timbre and design, and it analyzes in detail its individual parts and their influence on the sound spectrum. The theoretical part also concentrates on the issue of harmonic analysis in both the musical conception of timber and the usage of mathematical signal processing methods that make this analysis possible. Another part deals with practical tasks of the work such as a description of an application and functions created in the interface of MATLAB for exploring the time-varying spectrum of tones, description of the method and procedure of the measuring of three concert grand pianos. The work also analyzes, by supporting it with practical examples and by comparing the measured pianos, the most important acoustic phenomena that originate from the production of tones in the instrument; it describes the timber of individual instruments, and it gives recommendations.
The spectral and directional analysis of xylophone, vibraphone and glockenspiel
Hoffman, Pavel ; Indrák, Michal (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
Bacherlor‘s thesis deals with spectral analysis and directional characteristics of idiophonic instruments, xylophone, vibraphone and glockenspiel. It analyzes various details during spectral analysis, that could have an effect on the spectrum of a given instrument, and especially on its inharmonicity, thus analyzing its effect on the hardness of mallet, dynamics and the location of the mallet striking the bars (stones, wooden plates). It examines the changes in the harmonic range and the formant areas of instruments. The thesis further describes the mallets, the instruments themselves, theoretical base and the means by which the sound samples were acquired and processed.
The analysis of acoustic properties of innovative wood-based materials
Svojanovský, Jan ; Nop, Patrik (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
The content of this work is research of innovative wood-based materials in the acous-tic perspective. Basically, the goal is to determine the influence of the internal structure of the wood-based material on variables, which are sound speed, acoustic resistance, or acous-tic constant. In total were measured 15 samples, each one was made in a different way. Each sam-ple was weighted, and the length of its sides was measured. By using the ultra sonic timer, it was measured the time of the sound impulses, which go through the samples in all of their axes for the purpose of observation the influence the fibers on speed of sound in the materi-al. The next thing to do was to determine another magnitude, which describe acoustic of the material. All measurements were taken in room conditions (room humidity). Six of the sam-ples, which were randomly selected from those 15 samples, were measured once again after two weeks. In those two weeks were all the samples saved in air-conditioned place in which was the room humidity distinct lower. In the end all the samples were compared with each other and they were also com-pared with materials which are commonly used in production of musical instruments or acoustic components. Possible use in the music industry was assigned to each sample.
The Innovation of oscillators in mechanical-electrical keyboard instruments
Prokop, Šimon ; Buzzi, Mario (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with innovations of oscillators of mechanical-electric keyboard instruments, especially from the perspective of frequency spectrum innovations. On the basis of the original oscillators of the Rhodes Mk 7 instrument, innovative virtual models of these oscillators were created in SolidWorks, which were subsequently analyzed in Ansys. Subsequently, these assemblies were physically fabricated and tested. In the final evaluation, the signal spectra of the upgraded assemblies were compared with the original tone and the analyzed data. The theoretical part of the thesis also discusses basic signal processing methods and describes methods for evaluating sound perception using psychological acoustics.
Analysis and comparison of spectra in different piano models
Peloušek, Tomáš ; Přikryl, Lubor (referee) ; Jirásek, Ondřej (advisor)
This work focuses on the topic of analysis of the time varying spektrum of the piano. The introduction deals with the historical development of the piano, of its individual parts and the way they influence the tone colour. The subsequent theoretical part is focused mainly on the topic of spectral analysis in the musical concept of sound colours. In the following part a measuring of particular musical instruments is described, these experiments being conducted in an anechoic chamber provided by the instrument producer. It also lists the various methods and calculations used in the process and the conclusion presents analysis of acquired samples.

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