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Guitar wave comparision

Hey people

well i want to do a software in c++ where i can get a user to play a small part in a guitar maybe a chord or a few notes seperately.. and compare that with another file to see how well he's playing it...
is there a way i can compare 2 wave files from C++.. i would greatly appreciate some help because i have to submit this project soon. and i have no clue how to start off..i dunno what kinda code to write. basically im' clueless at the moment.
i have used c++ before
anwyay i would greatly appreciate anyones help.
thank you soo much :)
Mar 25 '07 #1
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horace1
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Could you use midi files as they can be analyzed with tools such as Matlab
http://www.jyu.fi/musica/miditoolbox/
Mar 25 '07 #2
shk253
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Hey people

well i want to do a software in c++ where i can get a user to play a small part in a guitar maybe a chord or a few notes seperately.. and compare that with another file to see how well he's playing it...
is there a way i can compare 2 wave files from C++.. i would greatly appreciate some help because i have to submit this project soon. and i have no clue how to start off..i dunno what kinda code to write. basically im' clueless at the moment.
i have used c++ before
anwyay i would greatly appreciate anyones help.
thank you soo much :)
I think Horace is right. If you analyze it with Matlab, you can have Matlab generate C code as well. Thats another toolbox that you'll need to download from Mathworks. The syntax for C and C++ is very similar and I think that will help you a lot. Matlab is perfect for use in Physics and other applications and it saves you a lot of time. If you want to analyze sound with C++, its going to take a lot of time and effort.
Mar 25 '07 #3
Hey thanks guys so much for u're replies. thanks for spending time to help me...
but the problem is . can i use mathlab to help me compare wave files? and if so.. how do i do it.. i have no idea where to start:( i'm utterly lost at the moment... i would greatly appreciate any help ... thank you so much:)
Mar 26 '07 #4
What i basically want if for the user to be able to record a guitar clip off a mic or cable and for it to be compared with a wave file that was already in the database.. is that possible?:) thank you so much
Mar 26 '07 #5

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