pyrubberband.pyrb.timemap_stretch(y, sr, time_map, rbargs=None)[source]

Apply a timemap stretch to an audio time series.

A timemap stretch allows non-linear time-stretching by mapping source to target sample frame numbers for fixed time points within the audio data.

This uses the time and timemap form for rubberband.

y : np.ndarray [shape=(n,) or (n, c)]

Audio time series, either single or multichannel

sr : int > 0

Sampling rate of y

time_map : list

Each element is a tuple t of length 2 which corresponds to the source sample position and target sample position.

If t[1] < t[0] the track will be sped up in this area.

time_map[-1] must correspond to the lengths of the source audio and target audio.


Additional keyword parameters for rubberband

See rubberband -h for details.

y_stretch : np.ndarray

Time-stretched audio


if time_map is not monotonic if time_map is not non-negative if time_map[-1][0] is not the input audio length