Raspberry Pi Simulink DAQ problem with ALSA Audio Capture block
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Hallo, I need to read and work into a matlab code block with the data coming from the ALSA Audio Capture block inside Simulink frame. I'm using Matlab r2013a and matlab r2013b, with raspberry Pi Simulink libraries.
That's because i need to develope a special audio analysis.
So my question is: How can I read the stream of data coming from the "Raspberry Pi Audio Capture" block, and modify them before to "plot" or "record" the modified data into a file?
And how to plot such a kind of data in a streaming plot?
And how to record such a kind of data into a file?
Murat Belge el 17 de Mzo. de 2014
Raspberry Pi has no built-in audio recording device. You need to attach a USB soundcard to your Raspberry Pi to record audio.
If you want to visualize audio data in MATLAB, I would suggest you first record it to a file in Raspberry Pi and bring it into MATLAB for analysis. You can then use this data in a Simulink model to perfect your algorithm. To record data from an attached soundcard:
>> h = raspberrypi >> h.execute('arecord -d 10 sound.wav') >> h.getFile('sound.wav')
You can then read the captured data in MATLAB using wave reader. You can also use the recorded data in Simulink using 'From Multimedia File' block in DSP System Toolbox. Once you perfected your algorithm, you can use the 'ALSA Audio Capture' block to realize your algorithm in real-time on Raspberry Pi.
Siriphat el 13 de Jun. de 2014
Hello, I understand that in order to show the plot through HDMI monitor, one needs to write own plot function to display using SDL video. Is it like implementing the code in the function in Matlab function toolbox in Simulink? But I understand that SDL video accept the input in YUV/RGB uint8 format. How could one do that? Could you please clarify this?
Thank you very much in advance.