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Re: papers on modeling vocal production?

To: Kris Kaiser <>, "" <>
Subject: Re: papers on modeling vocal production?
From: Dan Stowell <>
Date: Thu, 24 Jun 2021 15:46:06 +0000

Some suggestions that come to mind:

Anikin, A. Soundgen: An open-source tool for synthesizing nonverbal
vocalizations Behavior Research Methods, 2018

Amador, A.; Goller, F. & Mindlin, G. B. Frequency modulation during song
in a suboscine does not require vocal muscles Journal of
Neurophysiology, Am Physiological Soc, 2008, 99, 2383-2389

Elemans, C. P. H.; Mead, A. F.; Rome, L. C. & Goller, F. Superfast Vocal
Muscles Control Song Production in Songbirds PLoS ONE, Public Library of
Science, 2008, 3, e2581

Moore, R. Creating a voice for MiRo, the world's first commercial
biomimetic robot. Interspeech 2017

Riede, T. & Goller, F. Peripheral mechanisms for vocal production in
birds--differences and similarities to human speech and singing Brain
and language, 2010, 115, 69-80

Taylor, A. M.; Charlton, B. D. & Reby, D. Vocal Production by
Terrestrial Mammals: Source, Filter, and Function Vertebrate Sound
Production and Acoustic Communication, Springer, 2016, 53, 229-259

Zúñiga, J. & Reiss, J. D. Realistic Procedural Sound Synthesis of Bird
Song Using Particle Swarm Optimization Audio Engineering Society
Convention 147, 2019


On 24/06/2021 17:13, Kris Kaiser wrote:
> Hello bioacoustics folks!
> I am looking for papers that model the vocal tract or acoustic production
> in any animal. I used to work in frog bioacoustics but am now in the music
> industry and our company is interested in developing a filter based on
> animal vocalizations. I've pulled a handful of papers together, but I am in
> search of more. As I no longer have access to most of the literature,
> reprints would be greatly appreciated. Our goal is to have a filter with
> multiple, selectable modes, so papers representing diverse taxa would be
> wonderful.
> All papers used in the development of the product will of course be
> referenced in all product documentation.
> Please feel free to reply offlist and directly. Thanks in advance for any
> assistance!
> Kris
> Kris Kaiser
> Doer of Many Things
> Noise Engineering
> <>

Dan Stowell
Associate Professor of AI & Biodiversity
* Tilburg University
* Naturalis Biodiversity Centre
* Jheronimus Academy of Data Sciences

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