Hello David, hello Anthony,
first of all thanx for this fine piece of software. I have read your message in
the DeMudi mailing list and gave it a try. For this early stage it behaves very
well. Especially as a piano player, I am searching for a software to practice
the difficult parts of songs. Therefor the looping mechanism and the cue points
are working excellent for me. Moreover, my songs are in ogg/vorbis format and
this also is handled very well.
One disadvantage is the fixed coding of the /tmp folder as working directory.
Most linux installations do not have so much space in the / file system. Why
don't you use the directory of the loaded wave file as the working directory? At
least, it should be user definable.
In the hope users could have influence in the development process I have a wish
list and I would like to discuss it with you.
I would like to play to difficult parts of a song in lower speed. The shuttle
wheel (a wounderfull implementation) shows me that playing the song faster is no
problem. Having the possibility to chose a lower speed for play back, best by
choosing the number of semitones to shift, would be a great improvement for me.
Shifting the pitch back to normal hight would be absolutely great. On the
keyboard its no problem to shift the tuning as well but for other instuments...
I think it's hard to implement this but maybe the code is already available in
the community. I will have a look into the open sound library for this.
Sometimes it's hard for me to analyse chords of a song. A tool for analysis (FFT
or autocorrelation) that shows the frequency or alternatively the note of the
selection (very well implemented in audacity) would be a great help.
Enough for the beginning. Maybe you have a complete different aim with this
software and it is not possible to extend rezound to the above but I'd like to
help with the coding as much as I can. Unfortunately I have only a few experience
in C-programing so I would need a little help in the beginning.
At least, sorry for my bad english
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