Set noise

  • This tutorial assumes that RAPP API is installed and built
  • This tutorial uses the 0.7.0 version of the C++ API

We are going to do a project using RAPP and CMake.

You have to configure your project like this tree:


Source code

We are going to do a program to configure our noise profile. So in the future, when we want to do speech recognition, we will be able to denoise the noise.

We created a project called set_noise_profile with a folder source where we have our example call set_noise_profile.cpp. You can see the complete example here.

We are going to initialize the platform information and the service controller, which is in charge of make the cloud calls to the RAPP platform:

rapp::cloud::platform info = {"", "9001", "rapp_token"}; 
rapp::cloud::service_controller ctrl(info);

The only element we need is an audio file. In this case, we have an example with a lot of noise. To be more efective you should change this audio for your own.

rapp::types::audio_source audio_src = rapp::types::nao_ogg;

To make the call we need the audio and define what kind of audio is. For defining you have to use rapp::types::audio_source enum. You can find more information in rapp-api/cpp/rapp/cloud/globals.hpp.

rapp::types::audio_source audio_src = rapp::types::nao_ogg;

Now, we can make the call. We don't need a callback because we are going to send only the audio to the platform. The platform will set the noise of this audio to analize the followings.

ctrl.make_call<rapp::cloud::set_noise_profile>(audio.bytearray(), audio_src);


In this case it assumes that you have built your RAPP API in the static and shared libraries mode.

This file is going to be the same that we have in getting_started/cloud_call/CMakeLists.txt file. We only have to change the names of the project and executable.


The next step is about create our build folder and run our code.

Now we are going to work in the terminal.

  1. Go to your project path
  2. Build your project

    mkdir build
    cd build 
    cmake ..
  3. If everything is ok, you will have created your executable set_noise_profile in the folder build.
  4. Run your executable

Now you can explore and make your own projects!