[sdiy] Filtering for chromatic scale frequencies?
tom at electricdruid.net
Thu May 31 12:53:55 CEST 2018
+1 agree. I’d be inclined to do it the “other way up” too. Rather than trying to cut out non-chromatic frequencies in-between notes (hard) I’d look at using resonant peaks to boost chromatic frequencies (easier) and then compensate for the boost by lowering the overall level.
Comb filters is a nice idea, since you’d get all the octaves for free. You’d need 12 chromatically tuned delay lines.
> On 31 May 2018, at 07:53, David G Dixon <dixon at mail.ubc.ca> wrote:
> I'm pretty sure you can filter for frequencies in the harmonic series of a
> certain fundamental...? For example, if you sweep a high-Q bandpass filter
> across a sawtooth signal, you should be able to pick out the various
> harmonics up to the point where they cease to have any amplitude. That
> probably doesn't help you though.
> On the other hand, a bunch of peaky bandpass filters carefully tuned to the
> chromatic scale should do what you want somewhat. Would that be a comb
> filter (somebody else here with stronger filter-fu will know the answer).
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>> Behalf Of Mike Beauchamp
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>> Subject: [sdiy] Filtering for chromatic scale frequencies?
>> This might be bit of a strange one.. I'm wondering if there's
>> any way to filter an audio signal to favour frequencies that
>> are within the chromatic scale?
>> So, sort of like "autotune" - but instead of correctively
>> altering the pitch of 'wrong' notes, the filter is just
>> lowering their amplitude significantly.
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