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Kreatorul

Get pitch

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Any way to do it? Like I wanna say something in the microphone and tell me the pitch of my voice. It's actually for a guitar tuner so I can tell if I play C, C# etc...I "tried" winmm.dll but it's way to complicated to understand it...never worked with dll calls.

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Inn the script section there is something like this, im sorry though i just cant remember what its called. (one iwe seen is a graphic "hertz" viewer)

Its on the tip of my tounge, but just cant get the word out.


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10x so much :)

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S..t...that show the intensity not the highness or lowness of the voice. Any other ideas? :)

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if you ever get this project up and running, I'd be very interested it in, it has great potential, I was thinking about doing this a couple nights ago, then decided I was tired so I went to bed :S

Good Luck


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thanks but I have one already. I need this to implement it in a bigger project, that's why I need my own...I'm searching the msdn forums for hours now and found nothing that I could use.

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