[Ardour-Users] what linux audio project do you miss?
brett.clark at zirous.com
Wed Mar 2 13:31:28 PST 2011
Ill second the idea of the pitch correction (I only need monophonic, but
would have use for polyphonic as well). Currently, im not aware of any
pitch correction for Linux ( lv2, LADSPA, or separate application ).
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 3:23 PM, Jason Jones <poeticintensity at gmail.com>wrote:
> A good pitch correction plugin, and a "beat detective" plugin (corrects
> audio based on rhythm). Paul Davis currently has a "rhythm ferret" software
> which, if I understand correctly, is heading down that road.
> Beat detection and correction would be phenomenal.
> On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 2:18 PM, plutek <plutek at infinity.net> wrote:
>> From: Victor <victorcuad at hotmail.com>
>> Subject: [Ardour-Users] what linux audio project do you miss?
>> Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2011 22:13:00 +0100
>> > Hello, I'm Victor and I'm currently studying computers science in Spain.
>> > looking for a topic for my final carreer project (that should start on
>> > september 2011 and finish on june 2012), and it seems like a good
>> excuse to
>> > contribute to the linux audio scene. So, what do you miss? let your
>> > imagination fly, from plugins(ladspa, lv2, vsti, nyquist...), virtual
>> > instruments.. to musical applications (chordata and bizarre things..),
>> a physical-modeling impulse response simulator, for use with IR
>> it's the one and only thing for which i currently go outside of linux!
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