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Detect audio notes in real-time from sources under formats like MP3 and WAV with options to set detection threshold and MIDI instrument feedback
Sure enough computers are pretty good when it comes to, well just about anything, and this includes sound processing. For instance, instead of a regular audio player, PitchScope Player wants to prove the note detection capabilities of PitchScope Navigator by letting you analyze notes in MP3 and WAV files.
Process MP3 and WAV audio files
The application is delivered in a pretty lightweight package and gets deployed on your computer before you realize. Launching it brings up the main window, and truth be told, there’s not much emphasis put on visuals. Although aesthetics are not the strong point here, the minimalistic interface design is clear enough for individuals of all levels of experience.
One of the first steps is to load your audio file. Only one can be processed at a time, but since you’re dealing with sound, it’s only normal that you are able to play a single file at a time. On the other hand, you can have multiple instances active at a time. As mentioned, you’re able to process anything under formats like MP3 and WAV.
Powerful automatic note detection algorithm
There are two modes of operation here, namely to use the automatic note detection feature, or to preview from a corresponding note list file (PNL). While loading a note list file might seem to deliver better accuracy, the automatic note detection is actually an efficient function here.
You quickly notice that once playback starts the preview area starts to populate with colored circles representing notes as detected by the application. You can configure note detection response and details, boost source, adjust stereo channel, and even select one of the countless MIDI instruments for feedback.
To sum it up
Taking everything into consideration, we can state that PitchScope Player is a powerful application which can perfectly exemplify note detection algorithms on regular audio files. Detection threshold can be fine-tuned, and you can process popular files like MP3 and WAV.