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Post by bdeschenes »

Hi everyone, hi Mr. Hairer,

I am looking for an audio analysis software or add-on for Amadeus Pro that could analyze a short WAV files and give me both the pitches of the notes and their frequencies.

I have been looking around. The only one I could find so far is Melodyne, but it is $399, which is much too expensive for my needs.

Any suggestion will be most appreciated.

Thanks a lot! Bruno
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Post by Martin Hairer »

Dear Bruno,
I am looking for an audio analysis software or add-on for Amadeus Pro that could analyze a short WAV files and give me both the pitches of the notes and their frequencies.


If you're just looking for the frequencies of a few individual notes, you can use the built-in
Sonogram and Spectrum tools (see the Analyze menu). Best,


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CDJonah
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Post by CDJonah »

Amadeus "spectrum" command?

Chuck

On 6/8/18 3:38 PM, bdeschenes wrote:
Hi everyone, hi Mr. Hairer,

I am looking for an audio analysis software or add-on for Amadeus Pro that could analyze a short WAV files and give me both the pitches of the notes and their frequencies.

I have been looking around. The only one I could find so far is Melodyne, but it is $399, which is much too expensive for my needs.

Any suggestion will be most appreciated.

Thanks a lot! Bruno

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Yes, but spectrum gives the frequencies, but not the notes name.

Bruno
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Post by CDJonah »

Actually, if you put the hairline at the frequency it gives the
frequency and the note name based on 440 A.

Chuck

On 6/9/18 3:01 PM, bdeschenes wrote:
Yes, but spectrum gives the frequencies, but not the notes name.

Bruno

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Post by pm@philxmilstein.com »

Is there a way to use the Spectrum function, which clusters many frequencies around each primary tone, to more immediately identify those primaries?

On Jun 9, 2018, at 4:14 PM, Charles Jonah <Chuck@charlesjonah.org> wrote:

Actually, if you put the hairline at the frequency it gives the frequency and the note name based on 440 A.

Chuck
On 6/9/18 3:01 PM, bdeschenes wrote:
Yes, but spectrum gives the frequencies, but not the notes name.

Bruno

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Post by CDJonah »

You can certainly change what you see on a sine wave by changing the
windowing function -- whether it will really help in the case of reql
music with real instrumentalists and singers, I have my doubts.

Chuck
Is there a way to use the Spectrum function, which clusters many frequencies around each primary tone, to more immediately identify those primaries?

On Jun 9, 2018, at 4:14 PM, Charles Jonah <Chuck@charlesjonah.org> wrote:

Actually, if you put the hairline at the frequency it gives the frequency and the note name based on 440 A.

Chuck
On 6/9/18 3:01 PM, bdeschenes wrote:
Yes, but spectrum gives the frequencies, but not the notes name.

Bruno

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