[PD] cq2midi ? Polyphonic MIDI notes from audio
gr at grrrr.org
Wed Nov 7 00:09:50 CET 2012
it is certainly possible.
It is best done by first downloading flext (http://grrrr.org/flext)
and using the flext build system (see readme.txt and build.txt) to
compile and install flext and then the two externals (constantq~ and
Let me know if you need further assistance in the process.
2012/11/6 jamal crawford <threen52 at ml1.net>:
> hi Thomas
> i would love to try it on linux.
> is it possible to compile it on linux? and how would you do that?
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>> From: Thomas Grill <gr at grrrr.org>
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>> Hi all,
>> I just added the cq2midi project to my list of software publications.
>> This project tries to analyze a stream of digital audio data into MIDI
>> notes. It does so not from a traditional musicological perspective (f0
>> analysis or the likes), but rather in a raw fashion, so that ?all?
>> predominant frequencies of the spectrum at a certain time are interpreted
>> as MIDI notes. Some filtering options are available to reduce noise.
>> I originally designed this software to realize the composition luscinia
>> megarhynchos for computer-controlled carillon, premiered at the Pure Data
>> convention 2011 in Weimar.
>> Thomas Grill
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