[PD] Standalone app, ID3 tagging, classification.
David Plans Casal
main at davidcasal.com
Mon May 22 12:08:05 CEST 2006
On 18 May 2006, at 01:26, sven wrote:
> pd is not the right thing for what you want to do because it's
> very limited when it comes to complex offline data processing
> and it's GUI, hmmm, well.... you said you don't want to mess with
> TCL? then forget pd.
Well, I'm aware pd's gui is tcl, but actually, because it's fairly
cross-platform, it is still a good candidate platform for prototype
implementations of DSP tasks that need to be used by others.
> if you want a "real" application you'll have to write one.
> for the tempo stuff there's a matlab implementation of scheirer's
> technique here:
I've converted that code to C++ using FMOD, but it's actually giving
me problems (which is why I wanted to see if maybe I could do it in
PD instead, that perhaps there were existing methods/abstractions
> the amplitude stuff and tagging are the easy part once you've managed
> the tempo detection.
> use wxWidgets as a fast and reliable GUI with native look-and-feel.
Indeed, I'm hoping to implement a quick and dirty bpm detect, then
play more with amplitude.
Thanks again for your advice.
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