[CM] analysis software

M. Edward (Ed) Borasky znmeb at cesmail.net
Wed, 19 Mar 2008 18:57:22 -0700

Heinrich Taube wrote:
> id look at the humdrum toolkit to see what it offers:
> http://musiccog.ohio-state.edu/Humdrum/
> i have software that does a good job of tonal analyis but it works from 
> notation (spelling information) to determine determine chord typing and 
> nonharmonic tones identification, which form the basis of its harmonic 
> analysis.  midi files dont contain notation info (of course in simple 
> cases you can infer a notation)
> info on my software is here incldueding links to the cmj article and 
> automatic analsis results generated using cmn:
> http://pinhead.music.uiuc.edu/~hkt/mtw/
> article is here:
> http://www.mitpressjournals.org/doi/abs/10.1162/014892699559977
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There is some music analysis software in a contributed package for R 
that can do some inference of pitches and melodies from wave files. I'm 
not sure how good it is with chords, etc.