Note Detector

wde
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Note Detector

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Hi,

Simple note detector effect. Might be usefull when recording live instrument or vocals.
  • Send MIDI notes to selected machines
  • Adjust note detection level threshold
  • Randomize MIDI note parameter
  • Note release threshold
  • Adjust MIDI send semitone
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Cool a new and useful machine!! Thanks :dance: :dance: :dance:

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Re: Note Detector

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Interesting. Could it output the detected note as a peer signal to other machines? That could be fun...

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wde wrote:Hi,
Simple note detector effect. Might be usefull when recording live instrument or vocals.
Nice! Must try.
IXix wrote:Interesting. Could it output the detected note as a peer signal to other machines? That could be fun...
Wicked upgrade!

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IXix wrote:Interesting. Could it output the detected note as a peer signal to other machines? That could be fun...
I second that!

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wde
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Re: Note Detector

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New stuff:
  • Send midi notes to selected machines
  • Note handling improvements
  • Adjust note detection level threshold

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wde wrote:New stuff...
Cool! Looking forward to trying it out. :)

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  • Save/Load improvements
  • Note handling fixes
  • Random parameter

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Re: Note Detector

Post by tinga »

:dance:
Everything goes very fast, I wanted to ask for midi send, but IX was faster, so I try with my electric guitar and polac in, cool, I have a mono midi guitar for free, (lovely Buzz) but I notice some annoying bug with notes, proudly I come here to report, but to late, bug fixed and bonus a new param, so, thanks for this cool machine, and for your reactivity!

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  • Note release threshold
  • Adjust MIDI send semitone

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IXix
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Hehe, you're updating this faster than I can download and test it! Good work! :lol:

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Hmm, I've been wondering about combining pitch detection and vocoding for a while now...

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Some cleanups and source code. Seems to be fairly stable for first release.

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Love the machine, just can't get the MIDI Send to work. Started a topic to help trouble shoot this in the main Users forum :arrow:

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2288

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wde
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Re: Note Detector

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New version. Fixed some weirdness in functionality after note detection level threshold is changed.


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Post by mute »

this is super fucking awesome. been using shitty vsts for this. native support and better features than I've seen in any vst that does similar. the midi send is awesome. would be even more wicked to see a straight peer alternative.

btw (to everyone listening that knows shit); are all the updated peer documents and examples still easily accessible online like they once were? i think most of them were forum based. http://btdsys.lazytrap.com/ (old official btdsys site i host for btdsys)..but I wanna say people updated and improve the code from sourceforge or whateve

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Can't seem to get multiple instances of Note Detector to work. I'm trying to control three different machines with Note Detector & using three instances of ND. I'm switching between each using IX's amazing PatchBay (configured 1 In & 3 Out), but I can only get the first instance of ND to work.

Possible suggestion for a solution (not sure if it's possible): making the peer control machine selectable in a Global or Track parameter so that you can switch ND peer connection on the fly? Again, not sure if this is possible given the code architecture for PeerLib (& I'm not a coder). Something tells me it isn't, but it's a thought. Otherwise, is there a way to have multiple instances of ND work?

Thanks in advance!

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If you're trying to switch one audio note source between three machines, you could do a workaround using IX Split. Define three layers in Split each with a different velocity range and assign each layer to a different machine, leaving the Velocity Parameter unselected. You could then assign the Note Detector to Split and use the send velocity to switch the routing.

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