[chuck-users] Frequency analysis using ChucK
sindhuri1990 at gmail.com
Sat Oct 16 04:11:52 EDT 2010
Thanks for that info :)
Also, is there any way i can create a GUI for the guitar tuning
application?? or any way that ChucK programs can communicate with either C++
or Java codes?
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 11:56 PM, Adam Tindale <adamtindale at hotmail.com>wrote:
> Don't forget zerox for zero crossing detection. Crude pitch detection
> can be done this way. It isn't as potentially accurate as the method
> Hans is describing but it is much faster to test.
> On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 9:59 AM, Hans Aberg <haberg-1 at telia.com> wrote:
> > ChucK has built-in FFT. A question is though to extract a spectrogram.
> > Note that guitars, like pianos, are inharmonic. A modern piano tuner
> > measures the first few partials of the strings, and then one makes a
> > of scale stretch based on that.
> > On 11 Oct 2010, at 15:46, Sindhuri Kuppasad wrote:
> >> I am an engineering (Computer Science) student and want to develop a
> >> guitar tuning software.
> >> The basic idea is to play a guitar string, read the sound through a
> >> microphone, determine the frequency of the note that was played and
> >> accordingly prompt the user to tune the string up or down.
> >> I wanted to know what capabilities ChucK provides to analyse frequency
> >> the analog sound input and how it could be used in implementing the
> >> tuning application.
> >> Also, are there any alternate approaches to obtain the frequency using
> >> ChucK?
> >> Regards,
> >> Sindhuri KN
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