Buffer audio samples into fixed-sized blocks, with overlap
Python: Buffer audio samples into fixed-sized blocks, with overlap
This small utility package encapsulates a single-consumer, single-producer ringbuffer.
- Populate the buffer with arbitrary-length arrays
- Query the buffer, and it returns blocks of a specified fixed length, optionally with overlap between successive blocks
It is designed primarily for applying the short-time Fourier transform (STFT) to successive blocks of an input audio stream (see below for example).
It is safe for usage in real-time audio applications, as no memory allocation or system I/O is done within the
extend method as long as
auto_resize=False is specified when initialising.
To do block-sized buffering with overlap in conjunction with sounddevice:
import sounddevice as sd import numpy as np import blockbuffer block_size = 1024 hop_size = 128 bb = blockbuffer.BlockBuffer(block_size=block_size, hop_size=hop_size, num_channels=2) def input_callback(data, num_frames, time, status): global bb bb.extend(data) for block in bb: block_windowed = block.T * np.hanning(block_size) block_spectrum = np.fft.rfft(block_windowed) stream = sd.InputStream(callback=input_callback, channels=1) stream.start()
Source code is available on GitHub.
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