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How to program a computer to play guitar

Started by 8pla.net, October 28, 2018, 03:15:12 AM

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At the Linux Terminal:

play -n synth pl G2 pl B2 pl D3 pl G3 pl D4 pl G4 delay 0 .05 .1 .15 .2 .25 remix - fade 0 4 .1 norm -1
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DaveMorton

8MAN!!! Long time no see! Too bad I no longer have a Linux box (or even a VM, for that matter), or I'd give that a try. :)
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8pla.net

Wow, I finally got a reply!

Thanks Dave.

Great to see you!

I found this website which has these chords setup in audio players.

( Sounds identical to the Linux Terminal. )


G   :  G2  B2  D3
C   :  C3  E3  G4
D   :  D3  F#4 A3
F   :  F3  A3  C4
A   :  A3  C#4 E4
E   :  E2  G#3 B3
Em  :  E2  G3  B3

http://scruss.com/blog/2017/12/19/synthesizing-simple-chords-with-sox/

( The first line of this post was a joke.  Just kidding guys!)
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