[LAD] Musescore "music trainer"?
dominique.michel at vtxnet.ch
Fri Nov 12 04:06:10 UTC 2010
Le Thu, 11 Nov 2010 16:43:41 -0300,
Camilo Polymeris <cpolymeris at gmail.com> a écrit :
> >> For me, a stand alone pitch detection application would be better :
> >> audio in -> pitch detect -> midi out
> >> You plug the instrument into the audio in, connect the midi out to
> >> any midi in in qjackctl, and it is just to play some melody.
> >> Ciao,
> >> Dominique
> > There is aubionotes (http://aubio.org/aubionotes.html), which claims
> > to do exactly what you want. Don't know how well, though. I am
> > trying to connect it to PianoBooster, to see if that could be a
> > solution. WaoN could also be an option, I'll try that next.
> > Eventually, I'd like an integrated app.
> > Greetings,
> > Camilo
Thanks for the tip !
> Ok. If someone is interested: I can report that aubionotes works quite
> well for the samples I tried (brass mostly, all monophonic). WaoN is
> similar, maybe even better, but doesn't work realtime, it handles
> pre-recorded samples, only.
Same thing here. I think that it must use some kind of fft. The problem
with fft and realtime is not the processing power but the time it take
before you get a sufficient amount of samples in order to be able to run
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