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RE: papers on modeling vocal production?

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Subject: RE: papers on modeling vocal production?
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Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2021 15:00:14 +0000

For papers you can’t access due your professional status anymore, I might suggest trying


I know the ethics of it might be a deep rabbit hole that is off topic here, but you can access many scientific papers there without relying on an institutional license.


Chris Harrison

San Antonio, TX


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Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2021 10:13 AM
Subject: papers on modeling vocal production?


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

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


Kris Kaiser
Doer of Many Things
Noise Engineering

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