[linux-audio-user] perfect pitch application

Glenn McCord clari_player at paradise.net.nz
Sat Jun 19 06:57:41 EDT 2004


I did find this page http://sunsite.univie.ac.at/Linux-soundapp/mut.html

I don't think it was solfege you were after though, but that seems to be 
the only one still being developed.

RickTaylor at speakeasy.net wrote:

>On 18-Jun-2004 Florin Andrei wrote:
>}  Anyone knows an application (for Linux) that can take the sound of a
>}  single instrument (or voice, or anything that's simple - not complex
>}  sounds) as an input, and transform it into notes (or a MIDI file)?
>}  
>}  Essentially, it's what a musician with perfect pitch does - upon hearing
>}  a melody, start playing it on an instrument.
>}  Or, if you wish, the reverse of a softsynth: from WAV to MIDI.
>}  
>}  I'm pretty sure i've seen something like that advertised somewhere
>}  ("Sound On Sound"? "Keyboard Magazine"?), and i'm pretty sure it's not
>}  for Linux, so i wonder if there's something similar on Linux.
>
> There are a couple of wav2midi applications listed on linuxsound.
>
> {There are a couple more... If you want to spend time scouring linuxlinks.com.}
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