Old 01-04-2019, 06:11 PM   #1
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Default Frequency detection and display?

I read ThrashJazzAssassin's post in the LBX Stripper thread about frequency detection with interest. With regards to a plugin that simply accurately detects and displays the musical frequency of an item and leaves the info up until closed, is this too difficult to achieve? The JS schmitt triggering tuner could be it except that, as TJA notes, it's not accurate enough to be useful.

ReaTune almost can suffice except that the frequency is displayed for a half second and goes away, with no setting to change to make it stay up.

TJA mentions not finding a free plugin for this that works but I'm posting in hopes of widening the net or being explained to why it can't happen as a plugin.

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Old 01-04-2019, 09:32 PM   #2
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I started working on a lua script (not JSFX) that does this by gluing the item, analyzing the wav with https://github.com/Youka/LuaWAV and then deleting the glued file. The library chokes on 32-bit wav’s though, so it would involve setting glue default to 16 or 24 bits...

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Thanks, pn. I imported the script but am unable to make it happen. Can you give me the first steps after bringing the lua in?

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I can't get seem to get the damn wav library to work as intended, I've encountered almost every error case therein. I could probably write and call a node.js script to analyze the file but ... not today.
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I can't get seem to get the damn wav library to work as intended, I've encountered almost every error case therein. I could probably write and call a node.js script to analyze the file but ... not today.
No problem, thanks for posting. At least I know not to bang my head against the wall trying to make it work!
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