Metronome+Tuning

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This instant answer would basically allow you search for, say, "b flat" or something and have a B flat be played by an audio file. Theoretically, you could also search for "110 BPM metronome" or something and have a metronome IA preset itself to 110 BPM.
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posted by <hidden> • 2 years and 8 months ago
DyiLiq
http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/tuner/

^^Very fast loading tuner, easy to use, starts up in a split second.

http://www.gieson.com/Library/projects/utilities/metronome/

^^There's your metronome.
posted by DyiLiq 2 years and 8 months ago Link
DyiLiq
It would be cool to just throw a not in there and have it play back for you too.
posted by DyiLiq 2 years and 8 months ago Link
IBTrey
To add to this maybe:

Plays back the note and shows the notes that make up that chord

In my head would look like:

Instant Answers

Bb
---------
| | \ |
| | / | Play again? click play Bb Major: Bb Gb Db
--------- Bb Minor: Bb Gb F

(sorry its in plain text/ASCII cannot use photoshop to save my life xD)
posted by IBTrey 2 years and 8 months ago Link
IBTrey
Oh! And add scales on the far right so:

Left side: Play again?

Middle: Notes for maj and min chords

Right side: Maj and min scale notes
posted by IBTrey 2 years and 8 months ago Link
anonymous
This could be expanded on in so many ways! Imagine sourcing a sound archive for different instruments of the same key. Voices? Distortments? Examples in nature? Oh, an early example with a duck option would just be the tip of the iceberg. Then the quirkier things like unexplained sounds, sounds from outer space, etc.

Of course, all that seems to be available are "shallower" like https://github.com/danigb/tonal but if sound stock libraries were serviced individually, since the key set is finite - basic or common, they could be upvoted in accuracy by users.

That or compiling from a variety of different sources. This would result in a few many for popular instruments eg. piano and then some truly obscure ones like the theremin. Which is not really that obscure since it's highly utilized for eerie sound effects in movies, only that no-one knows it. Then there's the hydraulophone, the keybugle and the handfart.
posted by <hidden> • 1 year and 4 months ago Link