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Auditory Modeling Toolbox download for Linux

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Auditory Modeling Toolbox


The auditory modeling toolbox (AMT) is a Matlab/Octave toolbox for the development and application of auditory computational models. Over 50 auditory models implemented in Matlab, Octave, C, C++, and Python can be run from Matlab and Octave, on Windows and Linux.

The AMT provides a well-structured in-code documentation, includes auditory data required to run the models. It integrates functionality to reproduce the model predictions. Model implementations can be evaluated in two stages, by running so-called demonstrations which are quick presentations of a model and by starting so-called experiments aimed at reproducing results from the corresponding publications. Easy installation and user-friendly access help students and researchers to work with and to advance existing models.


  • ERB / Mel / bark conversion
  • Several types of gammatone IIR filters (pole-zero and all-pole)
  • RMS, dB calculations etc.
  • Inner hair cell envelope extraction models
  • Adaptation loops
  • Modulation filterbanks
  • Non-linear auditory filterbanks
  • Models of the auditory nerve
  • Binaural and monaural masking models
  • Sound localization models
  • Experiments to accomplish reproducible research
  • Binaural and monaural speech intelligibility models
  • Human data from selected papers
  • Experiments from selected papers


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