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I have two audios, A and B. B is the noisy version of A. I want to know how much B is different from A. Can I do this by calculating signal to noise ratio (SNR), Objective difference grade (ODG), and Perceptual Evaluation of Audio Quality (PEAQ)?

How can I calculate them in Matlab?

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  • $\begingroup$ One person's Noise is another Person's Signal. You can't say "SNR" without defining either Signal or Noise. Furthermore, as far as I can interpret your question, you're asking for code written to your specification, which would be off-topic. Also, for example, the PEAQ wikipedia page already links to matlab code. I expect you've done your part of the research and have found that already, so maybe you have a problem with it, which would be worth spelling out here. $\endgroup$ – Marcus Müller Mar 27 '17 at 7:35
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I recommend calculating the correlation coefficient; the correlation coefficient will directly tell you how much B is (linearly) different from A, and you can compute the SNR in dB from the correlation coefficient $\rho$ using

$$SNR = 10log_{10}\left(\frac{\rho^2}{1-\rho^2}\right)$$

Given you have a noise-free version of your waveform, this would be a perfect application for the approach above. In this case "noise" is any deviation from your noise-free waveform once the two signals are properly scaled (which the computation will do).

See this similar post where I detail the correlation coefficient calculation:

Noise detection

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