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Sample Pitch Detection / Storing

Sampling pipe organs and turning them into something you can play in Hauptwerk.
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Sample Pitch Detection / Storing

PostSat Apr 22, 2023 12:55 pm

Hi everyone,

I know this issue comes up from time to time, but I wondered if anyone could share some guidance/best practice of tools/ideas in 2023 :D

I am working on a personal sampleset of an organ in town: recorded in three perspectives (close/front/rear), with three releases per note (short/mid/long)

As I am trying various options, the untuned samples sound fine (bypassing hauptwerk tuning), but I would like to explore providing proper tuning to Hauptwerk with the embedded pitch data in the wav files.

I have accurately detected the pitch of the close pipes: and I am looking for an efficient way to copy that pitch data to the close releases, and to the other two perspectives and their releases.

The best option I have found so far is LoopAuditioneer, but that still requires manually selecting each of the 8 target folders one-by-one and running the copy function.

Anybody know of any command-line tools that can help?
Any other audio tools that might have this feature?

Thanks for ideas!!!

Jerry
Jeremiah Martin,
Portsmouth, Ohio

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