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  1. Haha, no problem. So the incoming audio...

    Haha, no problem.



    So the incoming audio is a human voice that you are trying to detect what frequency they are signing at? Not sure how you would "re-start the cycles" but you could look at...
  2. Sorry for offending your awesomeness, :cool:

    Sorry for offending your awesomeness, :cool:
  3. Correction: 24 Audio Blocks would be able to...

    Correction: 24 Audio Blocks would be able to detect a signal down to around 29 Hz actually, my bad:confused:

    85Hz would need about 10 Blocks for it to detected, this can be set here...
  4. No problem, I'll use the Audio library sample...

    No problem, I'll use the Audio library sample rate of 44117Hz, that means one sample takes around (1/44117) seconds and you will have 44117 samples in 1 second.

    An Audio block is a collection of...
  5. The number of detections would be related to the...

    The number of detections would be related to the frequency of the signal and the duration of the signal. A 85 Hz signal would at a very minimum take around 24 Audio Blocks of data to detect which is...
  6. The audio library sample rate is ~44100 Hz so...

    The audio library sample rate is ~44100 Hz so 200ms would have around 8828 samples of data or do you mean you only get 2-3 noteFrequency outputs? If the later what is the frequency range of sine...
  7. It uses a type of autocorrelation...

    It uses a type of autocorrelation (http://recherche.ircam.fr/equipes/pcm/cheveign/pss/2002_JASA_YIN.pdf) to detect the fundamental frequency of a signal mainly designed for music. The only tunable...
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