maybe this is a bit off topic (not actually music), but over the past six years my students and I have built a scientific voice analysis system called FonaDyn (for “phonatory dynamics”). This is a major SuperCollider project that is continually maintained and used in voice research. It analyzes live or recorded voice in real time, both audio and electroglottographic signals, has several real-time displays, and lots of file outputs for further analysis. You can Google for “FonaDyn”, download the latest version from my profile page (KTH | Sten Ternström), or see a workshop video (KTH | Media Presentations | Sten Ternström) of FonaDyn in action. There is decent online documentation of its class libraries, a Handbook for users in the ZIP, Matlab postprocessing addons etc. I don’t think making a pull request for all of this is warranted, and also I don’t feel confident about how to do one. But I do think the project qualifies as Awesome SuperCollider - what a great tool SC is for acoustics research! The foundation for FonaDyn was skilfully laid in 2016 by Dennis Johansson for his M.Sc. thesis in Computer Science, and I have been extending it ever since. I’d be happy to answer any questions.
FonaDyn comes with one or two dozen bespoke classes and UGens that might be of more general interest. These include a BusManager mechanism for fast transfers of many parallel data streams from server to client, and several other things that might be useful to others; see the Tools docs that are installed into the SC help system.
Thanks for all the great work by the SC community - it supports my career…!
Sten Ternström /aka sternsc
KTH Royal Institute of Technology