[Bluemusic-users] BlueX7 pitches wrong From: Chuckk Hubbard - 2005-05-12 12:17 ```Hi. My score is: i2=090.0761=09 1.421 8.0=09100=09 i2=091.5481395=093.0455203=098.1=09100=09 i2=094.542901=090.7360007=098.3=09100=09 i2=095.2535224=090.5583454=098.5=09100=09 i2=095.8880057=090.58372474=09 8.6=09100=09 i2=096.5478687=091.2182081=098.7=09100=09 i2=097.7406974=091.0405527=098.9=09100=09 extracted from a piano roll. Why does the pitch jump by fifths and octaves? The 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th pitches are in dog range. I made sure I'm looking at p4, and these are the same note format suggested in the documentation. These pitches should all be within a minor 7th, but they cover at least 4 octaves, as played by BlueX7. Am I doing something wrong? -Chuckk --=20 "Some people got attitude, Backed up with attitude." -G. Love ```
 Re: [Bluemusic-users] BlueX7 pitches wrong From: Steven Yi - 2005-05-12 14:28 ```Hi Chuckk, The pch notation of the PianoRoll is not the same as Csound pch notation. Blue uses: oct . scaleDegree where scaleDegree is simply an integer. BlueX7 uses csound style pch notation, meaning the scale degree has to have at least two digits.=20 So: 8.1 is equivalent to: 8.10 in csound pch-notation. =20 The reason behind blue's pch notation is that some scales may have more than 100 scale degrees per octave, as well as it does not support fractional scale degrees. I think the thing for me to do would be for me to make blueX7's code be able to take in csoundpch or straight frequency for p4. I will do that today and put out a release tonight with that change. Also, using the PianoRoll with pch output, that can also be used with the Tuning NoteProcessor. The idea for having pch notation for the PianoRoll in the first place was to be able to use them with the pch noteProcessors as well as the TuningProcessor( I have yet to modify those processors to take in non-12 scale degree octaves). Maybe it's easier if I just add some configuration options for transposition and otherwise to the pianoRoll. Either way, I'll have something for you tonight. =3D) steven On 5/12/05, Chuckk Hubbard wrote: > Hi. My score is: >=20 > i2 0.0761 1.421 8.0 100 > i2 1.5481395 3.0455203 8.1 100 > i2 4.542901 0.7360007 8.3 100 > i2 5.2535224 0.5583454 8.5 100 > i2 5.8880057 0.58372474 8.6 100 > i2 6.5478687 1.2182081 8.7 100 > i2 7.7406974 1.0405527 8.9 100 >=20 > extracted from a piano roll. Why does the pitch jump by fifths and > octaves? The 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th pitches are in dog range. I made > sure I'm looking at p4, and these are the same note format suggested > in the documentation. These pitches should all be within a minor 7th, > but they cover at least 4 octaves, as played by BlueX7. >=20 > Am I doing something wrong? >=20 > -Chuckk >=20 > -- > "Some people got attitude, > Backed up with attitude." > -G. Love >=20 > ------------------------------------------------------- > This SF.Net email is sponsored by Oracle Space Sweepstakes > Want to be the first software developer in space? > Enter now for the Oracle Space Sweepstakes! > http://ads.osdn.com/?ad_ids93&alloc_id=16281&opclick > _______________________________________________ > Bluemusic-users mailing list > Bluemusic-users@... > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/bluemusic-users > ```