Re: [Pykaraoke-discuss] [HOWTO] Implementing pitch-shifting and crossfading (for filler music/other sources) for PyKaraoke on Linux with JACK

2006-04-10 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Sat, Apr 08, 2006 at 11:19:22AM -0600, William Ferrell wrote: [ lost address; pressed for time; please reply back onto list? ] Not a problem :) I've done that before ;) Tnx. On Fri, Apr 07, 2006 at 08:06:06PM -0600, William Ferrell wrote: On 4/7/06, Jay R. Ashworth [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Pykaraoke-discuss] [HOWTO] Implementing pitch-shifting and crossfading (for filler music/other sources) for PyKaraoke on Linux with JACK

2006-04-10 Thread Kelvin Lawson
Here's a curious idea: I wonder how hard it would be to recast Kelvin's rendering code as an Mplayer codec? Did we already talk about this? I've fancied doing this for some time but haven't got round to it yet. Making an mplayer/ffmpeg codec would give you CD+G for free with a whole bunch of

Re: [Pykaraoke-discuss] [HOWTO] Implementing pitch-shifting and crossfading (for filler music/other sources) for PyKaraoke on Linux with JACK

2006-04-10 Thread Kelvin Lawson
In fact the only missing piece apart from digital mixing is a lack of straight-from-CD CD+G player, which is something I'm interested in doing anyway, and I think Python can do it. Any hints or thoughts, Kelvin? I've given it some consideration in the past but not in great detail. Pygame can

Re: [Pykaraoke-discuss] [HOWTO] Implementing pitch-shifting and crossfading (for filler music/other sources) for PyKaraoke on Linux with JACK

2006-04-10 Thread Jay R. Ashworth
On Mon, Apr 10, 2006 at 09:34:00PM +0100, Kelvin Lawson wrote: [ I said: ] Here's a curious idea: I wonder how hard it would be to recast Kelvin's rendering code as an Mplayer codec? Did we already talk about this? I've fancied doing this for some time but haven't got round to it yet.