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Thread: Audio Pitching Programs... or something of the like?




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    Hey...

    Does anyone out there know of any programs that can give you the pitch (either in hertz or note-wise) of a sound?

    Cheers,

    -Osiris

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    are you looking for a single tone pitch, or various pitches, like in music or something?

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    Just single tone would be fine :).

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    Check this site http://www.uni-scope.com/index.html
    See if that is helpful:?:
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    Well, i am not an audio geek, but I do know that AnalogX has many many little utilities that he wrote to work with audio, and he may just have one you will find useful.

    www.analogx.com
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    Thanks for the links guys, plenty of useful apps... unfortunately, none of them had what I was looking for :(.

    I've had a look on Google for audio analyzers, but none of them seem to be able to just take a sound file and give a reading of the frequencies put out :(.

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    I just had a thought... What about a winamp plugin? <Insert Google Here>

    I'd look but I'm not real sure what you are looking for.
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    There's a program called G tune which will give you the frequency of live tones.

    Soundforge version 6 will give you the pitch of recorded audio tones.

    If you do a net search for Tuning Software, you may get a few hits.

    Good Luck,

    Acebass

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    Well, I finally tracked something down :).

    Thanks guys :).

    http://www.simtel.net/pub/winxp/sound/

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