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buzzmarco
post Nov 14 2023, 11:49 AM
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Hello,

I really love this plugin and I bought it!

I would like to see a line of the input sound, as in the vocal pitch . It could be useful also for instruments.

I mean only a line , not the complete Sonogram view as we can see now.

Do you think it will be possible?

Thank you,

Marco
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Robert --IRCAM
post Mar 10 2024, 09:46 PM
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Hi Marco,

Sorry for the laaaate reply!

So you mean a continuous line showing only the identified fundamental frequency, correct?

Robert
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Hello,

I really love this plugin and I bought it!

I would like to see a line of the input sound, as in the vocal pitch . It could be useful also for instruments.

I mean only a line , not the complete Sonogram view as we can see now.

Do you think it will be possible?

Thank you,

Marco

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buzzmarco
post Mar 11 2024, 12:02 PM
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Hello Robert,

yes, that's exactly what I mean: a continuous line showing only the identified fundamental frequency.


I had this idea watching an online vocal course where they used an app that is called "Vocal Pitch Monitor". This is used to check the tuning of a singer but it could be used also for instruments. Even if I understand that it's no so precise and professional as "The Snail", it gets you the idea of a general tuning.

I see that this app "Vocal Pitch Monitor" is only available for mobile phones (apple and android), and there's no standalone version or plugin version of it.

You can find it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?...hl=it&gl=US

I attach the screenshot of it from my Iphone.

I made a lot of sesearch, I was not able to find anything similar in plugins and standalone versions.

So I thought, Is it possible to add this on The Snail plugin and standalone format?
I think it would be interesting to have this feature in your already beautiful "The Snail", and it could be something unique too.



Thank you for your kind answer,

I hope this could be interesting for you.

Cheers,

Marco
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buzzmarco
post Mar 13 2024, 09:30 AM
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Hello Robert,

yes, that's exactly what I mean: a continuous line showing only the identified fundamental frequency.


I had this idea watching an online vocal course where they used an app that is called "Vocal Pitch Monitor". This is used to check the tuning of a singer but it could be used also for instruments. Even if I understand that it's no so precise and professional as "The Snail", it gets you the idea of a general tuning.

I see that this app "Vocal Pitch Monitor" is only available for mobile phones (apple and android), and there's no standalone version or plugin version of it.

You can find it here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?...hl=it&gl=US

I attach the screenshot of it from my Iphone.

I made a lot of sesearch, I was not able to find anything similar in plugins and standalone versions.

So I thought, Is it possible to add this on The Snail plugin and standalone format?
I think it would be interesting to have this feature in your already beautiful "The Snail", and it could be something unique too.



Thank you for your kind answer,

I hope this could be interesting for you.

Cheers,

Marco


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Hi Marco,

Sorry for the laaaate reply!

So you mean a continuous line showing only the identified fundamental frequency, correct?

Robert
IRCAM

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