To tune automaticaly a standard guitar...

wahwah

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... need to identify and compare the input data with the stored one. Is this realizable with b4p?

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If ^ = yes then how
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ThxInAdvc
 
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wahwah

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sure, well, as input data i mean the played note e.g.: on a guitar, received from my device over the microphone and of course as stored data i mean the saved *.wav or *.mp3 or whatever files to compare with the received one.

The device sould finally emulate an autotuner device for music instruments.
 

LineCutter

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Harmonics & local acoustics would play havoc with comparison to a .wav. I suspect that you'd need to do some interesting maths to find the main underlying frequency of your note & then see if it was close enough to call "in tune".

Anyone fancy writing FFT.dll>
 

wahwah

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yes LineCutter, You hit it. Exactly that what i mean but, i search in vain till yet for the "fft.dll". Could You please spacify me where to find it.

Cheers
 

LineCutter

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Generally agraham writes something that does 4 times the things required, including things you haven't yet thought of, in about 30 minutes from.... now
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AFAIK there is no fft.dll for B4PPC
 
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