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Davi Raubach Tuchtenhagen

Dec 16, 2022, 9:03:13 AM12/16/22
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Dear colleagues,

In my last composition, I used orchidea (http://www.orch-idea.org) to extract pitches from recordings and used them in the piece. After that, I started building python functions to make abjad scores from Orchidea's output.

I'd like to share what I have so far and ask what you think, and if anyone else is interested in assisted orchestration.

I checked it now and it seems that the connection file I got from MaxOrch may work fine too. MaxOrch is the latest update on the Orchidea project: https://perbloland.com/maxorch-download

It is also a concern that Orchidea is not open source. So, if you have any alternative to recommend, please let me know.

Davi Raubach Tuchtenhagen

Martín Rincón Botero

Dec 16, 2022, 9:31:07 AM12/16/22
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Dear Davi,

congratulations on your project! I have a very old installation of Orchidée (I think they changed the name later to Orchidea) on an old Mac and played a bit with it in the past and found it quite amusing. Nowadays I'm on Linux, I don't know if the command line application works on that. I'll have to check. Your results look terrific anyways!


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Davi Raubach Tuchtenhagen

Dec 17, 2022, 12:11:32 PM12/17/22
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Thank you, Martín!

According to this post (2020) they want to make Orchidea open source. So, expectations were created. 😅


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