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rastagallo
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Pitch detect

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Hi to everybody :D

I'm searching for a plugins that analyze the sound coming from a mic, find outs what pitch (approximated) is playing, so that I can use the signal to drive via Voltage Control (or similar) a synth, effect, ecc.
Have you got any advice?

Thanks :D

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Re: Pitch detect

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GxTuner from the guitarix LV2 suite does pitch to midi conversation, but, results are not really exact. I use it to drive some (background) percussion/bass when jamming alone with my guitar.
However, it may suite your needs if you plan to do some experimental music.
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Re: Pitch detect

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Thanks, I will try using that and see if it fits my need :)

It should be not really exact, 'cause I'm trying to add some electronic background while I play my clarinet :)

Is there any other way (ex: a spectral analysis tool) that I could use to drive digital synth\events?

:D

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Re: Pitch detect

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rastagallo wrote:Thanks, I will try using that and see if it fits my need :)

It should be not really exact, 'cause I'm trying to add some electronic background while I play my clarinet :)

Is there any other way (ex: a spectral analysis tool) that I could use to drive digital synth\events?

:D
puredata might have some nice goodies for you

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Re: Pitch detect

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try the aubio suite (aubiotools) - there is a pitch to midi converter

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Re: Pitch detect

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raboof wrote:
rastagallo wrote:Thanks, I will try using that and see if it fits my need :)

It should be not really exact, 'cause I'm trying to add some electronic background while I play my clarinet :)

Is there any other way (ex: a spectral analysis tool) that I could use to drive digital synth\events?

:D
puredata might have some nice goodies for you
I REALLY think that i'm gonna be addicted to pure data D:

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