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Re: Acoustic analysis of animal sounds

To: "A. Ferro" <>, Ivano Pelicella <>
Subject: Re: Acoustic analysis of animal sounds
From: Justin Salamon <>
Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2020 20:47:52 +0000
The BirdVox project works on the detection and classification of nocturnal flight calls and has released several open-source tools and datasets:
Independently, I also maintain a list of bioacoustics datasets and repositories:


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From: <> on behalf of Ivano Pelicella <>
Sent: Thursday, October 22, 2020 1:12 PM
To: A. Ferro <>
Cc: Cornell bioacoustics group list <>
Subject: Re: Acoustic analysis of animal sounds
Great news also for automatic open source classifiers:
This device uses open source hardware and software with a powerful and cheap board: Jetson Nano specifically designed for A.I.

Kind Regards
Ivano Pelicella

Il giorno gio 22 ott 2020 alle ore 19:49 A. Ferro <> ha scritto:
Hello all.

I’m Aline from Brazil.
I’m amazed about the rapid increase of shared knowledge on animal acoustics available online during this pandemic.

So, I’m writing to ask you about online seminars, workshop groups, training, discussion group lists, and so on, that you can think about and tell me.

For example, I’ve found the SEEWAVE and PRAAT discussion groups to join, as well as the Wildlife Acoustics, and DOSITS online seminars. So, can you tell me other groups where I can learn and discuss about acoustic analysis of animal sounds?

Kind regards,

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