[LAU] PianoBooster version 0.5.0 has just been released

Loki Davison loki.davison at gmail.com
Sun Nov 30 18:12:45 EST 2008

On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 10:35 PM, Louis B. <louisjbarman at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Thanks I'll try it with my flute when I get home.
> L o u i s
> Piano Booster is available at:   http://pianobooster.sourceforge.net
> On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 11:15 AM, Jan Weil <Jan.Weil at web.de> wrote:
>> Am Freitag, den 28.11.2008, 10:58 +0000 schrieb Louis B.:
>>> The problem is finding a wave to MIDI converter that operates close to
>>> real-time as possible. Does anybody know of wave2Midi converter that
>>> will operate close to real-time?
>>> Actually the latency of the wave2Midi may not be such a problem when
>>> using the "Play Along" mode as it is just colouring the notes and
>>> adjusting the accuracy bar -- this does not matter if it happens a bit
>>> late.
>>> I am just thinking of a hack to the "follow you" mode to allow for the
>>> wave2Midi processing delay. It would have to stop and rewind the MIDI
>>> part if you did not play the expected note.
>>> All we need now is to find a suitable real-time wave2Mid converter.
>> The most prominent free software tool for this kind of tasks is the
>> aubio library: <http://aubio.org/>
>> A command line tool for (real-time) wav to midi conversion is also
>> available: <http://aubio.org/aubiopitch.html>.
>> Cheers,
>> Jan

I'd love to test this and help out anyway you need. I haven't done
much C++ though.  Give me a yell how the flute goes! My double bass
might be a little harder to track, because it would be nice to have
intonation accuracy as well. I.e am i a little flate / sharp. Wouldn't
need this with a piano / etc.


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