[LAU] Pitch visualization software with jack
lau at troutpocket.org
Sat Mar 13 11:37:05 EST 2010
drew Roberts wrote:
> On Saturday 13 March 2010 02:50:54 Scott wrote:
>> Something I've always wanted to do was see how accurate my singing was
>> by using something that provides visual cues based on pitch.
> Along those lines, my idea is to play a note and sing with it.
> Feed the note to one mono input and the singing to another mono input.
> Graph the note in one colour. The singing in another that is related but
> differs depending on how far off it is. The singing will be below the note it
> is is flat, above if it is sharp. As you adjust your singing, the lines will
> get closer of further apart and the colour of the singing will change. If you
> adjust your singing so that it properly matches the note, the colours will
> merge as will the lines...
That is exactly what I had in mind which is why the CLAM system looks so
appealing. Visual queues such as proximity and color are what I'm
after. I'll see if I can wrap my head around CLAM and make it do what I
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