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You can use something like sox (for ladspa plugins) or lv2file (for lv2
plugins) to run any sort of autotune plugin you want on a wav file.
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 2:21 AM, Nils Gey wrote:
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You can use something like sox (for ladspa plugins) or lv2file (for lv2 plu=
gins) to run any sort of autotune plugin you want on a wav file.Jer=
emyOn Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 2:21 AM, Nils=
Gey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have samples here, single-note recordings from instruments, that need tun=
I am looking for a permanent/destructive way to do that.
I can do the batch processing part myself so I only need a hint how to do i=
t for one file.
The file(s) are nearly correctly tuned and I already know what it is suppos=
ed to be, if that helps.
Example: I have a file resembling the midi a4 which should be 440hz, but ma=
ybe it is 430 to 450.
So the optimal input would be: "Tune this file to a4" where the a=
nalysis of the actual frequency is done by a program.
Quality is the top priority. Since the tuning is very fine I don't care=
if the speed of the recording changes or not. I take what sounds best.
So, any command line tool available for that? If not a GUI tool is fine as =
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