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Re: [Bioacoustic-monitoring] annotation/labeling of wav files

To: Gianni Pavan <>
Subject: Re: [Bioacoustic-monitoring] annotation/labeling of wav files
From: Sebastian Huebner <>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2014 16:08:34 +0200

Dear Gianni & all,

with our Windows software Sound Recognition Lab 2.x  you can interactively (manually) or automatically annotate .wav files.

You can do this in both time and frequency-domains.

Annotations can be named and are stored in .csv files for export and import.

Classifiers for automatic annotation can be modeled in various ways – from simple to complex.

SRLab can do lots of useful things with sets of annotations, e.g extract underlying sounds, compute descriptive statistics, scatter plot distributions or even induce new classifiers.

The software is not free except the lite-edition.

Check out at our website - there are demos and samples.

Best regards,


Am 28.09.2014 18:21, schrieb Gianni Pavan:
dear all, I'm searching for a software to make labels or annotations, e.g. to mark and label specific points in time or specific freqeuncy-time areas on spectrograms of wav files.

the main requirement, other that being easy to use, is to maintain the data separate from the wav file, without touching the wav file.

any suggestion ?


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