recognize chords etc. in audio files
lang.gerhard at gmail.com
Wed Mar 25 00:40:57 GMT 2009
Tx David, for the hint.
Indeed, this seems to be what I'm looking for.
Alas, in ubuntu 8.10 x96_64 clam, annotator, etc. neither are in the
genuine repos nor installable from the developer's link as 3rd party repo.
So I tried to compile them from sources.
I'm not experienced with this, especially not with scons.
There was an error whith the not available dependency libxerces27-dev,
which must be replaced by an actual one.
Compiled with a lot of warnings, nevertheless installed successfully and
even managed to build debs.
When I'm trying to run Annotator: "error while loading shared libraries:
libclam_core.so.13: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory", even so it's present in /usr/local/lib.
I'm at the end of my rope, think I have to learn more about structures
of system file localisation in different distributions.
Is there anybody around, who was lucky to get Clam/Annotator running? Is
it a problem in 8.10? 64bit? Does it work in 8.04? Now I don't want to
give up half the way.
David Hughes schrieb:
> clam, the c++ library of audio and music has some pretty neat harmonic
> analysis going on. check it: http://clam-project.org/
> On Sun, Mar 22, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Gerhard Lang <lang.gerhard at gmail.com
> <mailto:lang.gerhard at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Maybe it's a little o.t., but I am looking for a software that
> polyphonic musik and extracts chords, notes, bass lines etc. Any
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