Fiddle is not doing the job

Jul 9, 2007 at 5:11pm

Fiddle is not doing the job

I’m using fiddle to analyze a file in real time and I’m outputting the frequencies in the console… however, even though the file is the same the frequencies are changing slightly! Why is this, and does anyone know a better approach?

#32813
Jul 9, 2007 at 5:38pm

Theres a few other objects (often based on or around fiddle) – pitch~ (a fiddle derivative) and anyliser~ (same principle).

There was also an object in development called faddle~ – though its been a pending download for ages.
However I have had a little luck in getting fiddle to ‘behave’- I found that if you add something like .555555555555555 to the output (although seems to depend on the computer) it will create numbers which dont deviate so much – I also found that turning the numbers into integers and putting a change box afterwards was great for only getting the changes.

Hope this helps

T

#108538
Jul 9, 2007 at 6:51pm

the object ‘lbyl’ might be useful in this case.

#108539
Jul 9, 2007 at 8:30pm

Hi,

The best pitch tracker I found is yin~. You have to become IRCAM
formum member to get it. It work a lot better then all others.

falk
Am 09.07.2007 um 20:51 schrieb keith o brien:

>
> the object ‘lbyl’ might be useful in this case.

#108540
Jul 9, 2007 at 8:35pm

Ahh thanks for your help guys :) Much appreciated, I shall get working on your ideas asap.

#108541
Jul 9, 2007 at 11:51pm

if you want a time-domain yin style object, i have coded up a slightly
simplified version of the yin algorithm. it’s part of a real-time lpc
package i’m working on… the package is finished yet, but the pitch
object is pretty much done. so, if you need that one object, i could
hook you up.

mark

On 7/9/07, BrainAndBodyEnergy wrote:
>
> Ahh thanks for your help guys :) Much appreciated, I shall get working on your ideas asap.
>

#108542
Jul 10, 2007 at 1:30pm

Quote: mcartwright@gmail.com wrote on Mon, 09 July 2007 17:51
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> if you want a time-domain yin style object, i have coded up a slightly
> simplified version of the yin algorithm. it’s part of a real-time lpc
> package i’m working on… the package is finished yet, but the pitch
> object is pretty much done. so, if you need that one object, i could
> hook you up.
>
> mark
>
> On 7/9/07, BrainAndBodyEnergy wrote:
> >
> > Ahh thanks for your help guys :) Much appreciated, I shall get working on your ideas asap.
> >
>
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That would be brilliant! :)

#108543

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