Simon H Posted July 21, 2009 Share Posted July 21, 2009 (edited) Bryan Duggan from the the school of computing, Dublin, has come up with an implementation of his MATT2 software in Java that is very, very neat. If you play a snatch of the tune you want to know through your pc microphone, it cleans up the sound, analyses it, converts the notes to an approximate ABC string and then compares that string to a database of over 11,000 tunes. It then presents a list of possible matches, with midi and ABC . Most of the times I've tried it, I got perfect matches. Great way to find related tunes too. You might need to get the latest version of Java to run it - that is no problem at all and is a very quick install. You can find Tunepal here http://tunepal.org Simon Edited July 21, 2009 by Simon H Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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