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GiulioM

Audio files for each note

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I am working at a secret project (LMAO, jk) about playing music, and I need an audio file for each note, at least from C4 to B4. Right now I'm using the Beep() function but, you know, it doesn't work on notebooks and similar devices, and it "sounds" bad.

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Minchia ma ci sono anche italiani? LOL. [sono italiano anch'io.]

Anyway. I'm not experienced with this kind of things, may you explain in a more detailed way how to do it? (I know what you mean, approximately, but I don't know how to make it.)

EDIT: Found how to do it, more or less. Music editors like Anvil Studio seem to be the solution.

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Audacity will do it, and you could drive it with AutoIt to make all 78 (piano) notes. Another good one is "Scratch", has big choice of instruments and tones, but you'd have to record the sounds with Audacity to save as separate files :) .

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Why would you make a file for each musical note? As LaCastiglione you could totally use — which produces equivalent notes — rather than files.

Professional DAW's use MIDI for writing drum loops, piano keys, etc etc, so it's more than powerful enough for what you want to do.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

There's a full range of piano note samples in I tend to use standard midi instruments, but the samples have a much better sound quality. The problems associated with using sound files are mainly realted to latency, although there are several other limitations. There are a few other music related threads such as the which I have yet to try, so I can't tell you much about it. It may be possible to overcome some of the limitations of using samples with the Bass Function Library.

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