function c = pvsample(b, t, hop)
% c = pvsample(b, t, hop) Interpolate an STFT array according to the 'phase vocoder'
% b is an STFT array, of the form generated by 'specgram'.
% t is a vector of (real) time-samples, which specifies a path through
% the time-base defined by the columns of b. For each value of t,
% the spectral magnitudes in the columns of b are interpolated, and
% the phase difference between the successive columns of b is
% calculated; a new column is created in the output array c that
% preserves this per-step phase advance in each bin.
% hop is the STFT hop size, defaults to N/2, where N is the FFT size
% and b has N/2+1 rows. hop is needed to calculate the 'null' phase
% advance expected in each bin.
% Note: t is defined relative to a zero origin, so 0.1 is 90% of
% the first column of b, plus 10% of the second.
% 2000-12-05 dpwe@ee.columbia.edu
% $Header: /homes/dpwe/public_html/resources/matlab/RCS/pvsample.m,v 1.2 2002/02/13 16:15:27 dpwe Exp $
if nargin < 3
hop = 0;
end
[rows,cols] = size(b);
N = 2*(rows-1);
if hop == 0
% default value
hop = N/2;
end
% Empty output array
c = zeros(rows, length(t));
% Expected phase advance in each bin
dphi = zeros(1,N/2+1);
dphi(2:(1 + N/2)) = (2*pi*hop)./(N./(1:(N/2)));
% Phase accumulator
% Preset to phase of first frame for perfect reconstruction
% in case of 1:1 time scaling
ph = angle(b(:,1));
% Append a 'safety' column on to the end of b to avoid problems
% taking *exactly* the last frame (i.e. 1*b(:,cols)+0*b(:,cols+1))
b = [b,zeros(rows,1)];
ocol = 1;
for tt = t
% Grab the two columns of b
bcols = b(:,floor(tt)+[1 2]);
tf = tt - floor(tt);
bmag = (1-tf)*abs(bcols(:,1)) + tf*(abs(bcols(:,2)));
% calculate phase advance
dp = angle(bcols(:,2)) - angle(bcols(:,1)) - dphi';
% Reduce to -pi:pi range
dp = dp - 2 * pi * round(dp/(2*pi));
% Save the column
c(:,ocol) = bmag .* exp(j*ph);
% Cumulate phase, ready for next frame
ph = ph + dphi' + dp;
ocol = ocol+1;
end