[LAU] realtime midi from audio?
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Thu Jun 6 20:04:01 UTC 2013
Will one of these two lv2 plugins only do individual notes, one at a
time, or if I were to play a chord, could it be interpreted in to it's
On 6/6/13, Jeremy Jongepier <jeremy at autostatic.com> wrote:
> On 06/06/2013 08:17 PM, Rusty Perez wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I have a vocal harmonizer pedal from TC electronics which takes input
>> from my guitar, and my vocal microphone and determines what chord I'm
>> playing, and creates vocal harmonies.
>> I'm wondering if there might be a linux program to determine the
>> chords I'm playing,, on my guitar, and turn these in to midi notes,
>> and play a synth or sequencer along with my guitar.
>> I'm not looking so much for a midi guitar because I don't want to
>> modify my instruments, and I don't always play the same guitar. but
>> this vocal pedal does a pretty good job of tracking chords on my
>> guitar, so i was thinking maybe a program could do the same thing, and
>> with that i could create midi accompaniment, maybe driving a sampler
>> or something.
>> this is just a dream fueled by a lack of steady bandmates, but a guy
>> can dream right?
>> thanks so much!.
> Hello Rusty,
> There are several options:
> * Guitarix gxtuner LV2 plugin which does audio to MIDI
> * Rakarrack can do audio to MIDI
> * There are Puredata patches that can accomplish this too
> These alternatives don't determine what chords you play though, at best
> they can determine separate notes.
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