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23 Feb, 2010 11:42 AM
HI, my name is Paolo Grisendi and i am writing from Italy.
I am trying the demo version and it seems cool. My only question
is: which is the criteria used to identify the color of the tracks?
It's not the bpms nor the keys of the songs, so what is it?
on 23 Feb, 2010 01:34 PM
It's based on a simple frequency analysis of part of the song -
so in essence, songs that have a similar frequency spectrum are
assigned similar colors.
on 06 Mar, 2010 01:28 AM
Does frequency have anything to do with the sound of a
particular song? like similar frequency songs tend to sound the
same or is it all about the keys of songs?
on 06 Mar, 2010 07:20 AM
Color has more to do with how a song sounds than key.
You can perform a song as a ballad in C minor and then play the
same song in a punk version - also in C minor. The sound (and the
color) will be very different, but the key may be the same.
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