Well, I want to find the frequency of "a note" while playing Harmonica.
such as sparkfun SEN-12642
I want to find the frequency of "a note" while playing Harmonica.
I am currently using a function generator to give in the frequency.
I will later try a Mono Mic and see if it works well...
For experimental/development purposes, record the harmonica (with your laptop or phone, etc.) Then you can connect the headphone-output in place of the function generator and play-back the recording to test your software before you add a mic or any more hardware.
My offer is still open. If you make a couple good quality recordings of your harmonica, and if you allow those sounds to be copied (eg, "open source" or "creative commons"), I will put them into the frequency analysis example code and share the results here. That way you can see the results before buying more powerful hardware capable of running the YIN algorithm.
Well, I do like that idea. But the thing is I am given a budget to work on and can't afford any new hardware. So, I am trying to make do with what I have.