Experimental drum machine which uses vocalization to select synthetic drum hits which best match beat-boxed sound.
Currently uses a combination of MFCC, SpectralCentroid and ZeroCrossing measurements to analyze and match the timbre of the sounds.
In super-alpha-beta state! It may or may not work on your setup.
- Some sort of external microphone and audio interface. I use an Edirol FA101 when building this. I haven’t got it working well with the Mac’s internal sound
- OSX – unless you want to make the GUI stuff cross-platform.
Preview recorded sound
Add hit to seq (while playing)
Remove hit (while playing)
- Add analysis of amplitude envelope, only uses timbral analysis at the moment which while quite good it needs amp.env. comparison to be really intuitive
- Add ability to scan and add samples via GUI, from any location
- Improve doc
- Lots more…
Released under the GNU General Public License.
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