[LAU] Announcing: TalentedHack Version 1.81

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Date: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 - 9:14 am

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TalentedHack version 1.81 is released.

It is an LV2 pitch correction plugin which is based off of Autotalent and
has additional features and improvements. It was previously mentioned on
the developers list under the name "AutotalentLV2", but has been renamed and
fully forked.

See http://code.google.com/p/talentledhack/ for downloads and documentation.

The major differences between TalentedHack and Autotalent are:

- It is an LV2 plugin instead of an LADSPA plugin
- It provides MIDI output of the pitch
- It accepts MIDI input
- It separates the pull to semitone and snap to scale functionality
- It uses FFTW for the DFT routines, greatly improving performance.
- Minor performance tweaks (substituting memcpy for loops, etc)
- Slightly more accurate pitch detection (Uses MPM method instead of
straight autocorrelation)
- It is greatly refactored (broken into methods and structures, variables
renamed)
- The formant corrector causes artifacts not present in the original (I'm
not sure how to fix, as it's the only part of the original I don't
understand)

With these features, TalentedHack should give you more fine grained and
powerful control over pitch correction.

Although TalentedHack is separate from Autotalent, I will still attempt
to incorporate any changes made to Autotalent into TalentedHack.

For those who are experienced with LV2 plugins, it should be easy to get it
to work. If you are having difficulties installing it, post your problems,
and I can probably help. As TalentedHack is new software, the issue might
not be your fault, but mine.

Jeremy Salwen

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TalentedHack version 1.81 is released.It is =
an LV2 pitch correction plugin which is based off of Autotalent and has add=
itional features and improvements. =A0It was previously mentioned on the de=
velopers list under the name "AutotalentLV2", but has been rename=
d and fully forked.

See=A0http://code.google.com/p/talentledhack/=A0for downloads and document=
ation.The major differences between TalentedHack =
and Autotalent are:

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  • It is an LV2 plugin instead of an LADSPA plugin
  • It provides MID=
    I output of the pitch
  • It accepts MIDI input
  • It separates the pull to semitone and sna=
    p to scale functionality
  • It uses FFTW for the DFT routines, greatly=
    improving performance.
  • Minor performance tweaks (substituting memc=
    py for loops, etc)
  • Slightly more accurate pitch detection (Uses MPM method instead of stra=
    ight autocorrelation)
  • It is greatly refactored (broken into methods=
    and structures, variables renamed)
  • The formant corrector causes ar=
    tifacts not present in the original (I'm not sure how to fix, as it&#39=
    ;s the only part of the original I don't understand)

With these features, TalentedHack should give you more fine grain=
ed and powerful control over pitch correction.Alt=
hough TalentedHack is=A0separate=A0from Autotalent, I will still attempt to=
=A0incorporate=A0any changes made to Autotalent into TalentedHack.

For those who are experienced with LV2 plugins, it shou=
ld be easy to get it to work. =A0If you are having difficulties installing =
it, post your problems, and I can probably help. =A0As TalentedHack is new =
software, the issue might not be your fault, but mine.

Jeremy Salwen

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[LAU] Announcing: TalentedHack Version 1.81, Jeremy, (Wed Jul 28, 9:14 am)
[LAU] Re : Announcing: TalentedHack Version 1.81, Frank Kober, (Wed Jul 28, 9:58 am)