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Hello everyone.

I've been lookin' for something like this for a while... and, didn't find anything good. Mostly just ton of apps for iOS devices that do that.

What I mean is, a software that can analyze (if possible on fly) what's the note (midi number note) of the audio it's been fed. Practical use for me would be somethin' I sang, or am singing, check if the pitch is right if I'm unsure... or check my lowest/highest notes without a piano (or piano like app)... things like such.

Thanks in advance, hope you'll help me out! ^_^
    
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I don't know of a program that does JUST that, but I know audacity is free and can do that and much more. thumb.gif
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Don't have a mic on me at the moment...

Is this what I think it is?
http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/mic_tuner/

I'm assuming you want something that works in real time and doesn't require you to run some FFTs manually. How about an actual hardware device? Those are pretty cheap. I have two or three of them, one maybe broken.
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Don't have a mic on me at the moment...

Is this what I think it is?
http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/mic_tuner/

I'm assuming you want something that works in real time and doesn't require you to run some FFTs manually. How about an actual hardware device? Those are pretty cheap. I have two or three of them, one maybe broken.

Will try that out... it's a guitar tuner (operating via mic) but could serve a purpose... to a degree though.
    
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An oscilloscope program may also work, but a guitar tuner and mic would be ideal and convenient if it actually works.
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An oscilloscope program may also work, but a guitar tuner and mic would be ideal and convenient if it actually works.

It does work... on a keyboard (online) when I'm hitting and repeating (by singing it) a note, it does tell me which note it is fairly accurately CDEFGHA though it doesn't tell me the octave, which is.. ok. Problem with the given mic/guitar tuner is that it was useful to a degree, what I mean by that. For me, once I go above F4 I think... it just doesn't work.
    
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You might want to look at "auto tuners" or voice tuning plugins. Looks like there's a couple of free ones that show the input graphically on an adjustable scale. It shouldn't be to hard to link a live mic to the channel hosting the plugin with a simple VST host/DAW. I haven't tried any of them but there's some Here, GSnap and KeroVee seem to show a live input on a keyboard scale.
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