sound clarity for imitone

When using imitone, it’s important to try to give it clean audio input where you can, as this will help it also give you more responsive and cleaner midi output. Let’s talk about a few easy tricks and guidelines to follow when using imitone to help it give you the best results possible—that is, for […]

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long game

This post was transcribed from the imitone Kickstarter blog. Click here to view the original post. In our August post I announced imitone’s move from a (largely) solo project to a small team.  In the past, I’ve been warned that for the first year or so this would actually put me further behind — new people […]

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inventing midi 2.0

This post was transcribed from the imitone kickstarter. Click here to view the original posting. For some time now, I’ve been hinting at our involvement in MIDI 2.0, and teasing an update about it.  To be honest, though, it’s a bit of a monster.  MIDI is big, and for those who aren’t already familiar with […]

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metamorphosis 2020

This post was transcribed from the imitone Kickstarter blog. Click here to view the original post. Since January, and through the chaos of 2020, I have been making radical changes to the way I do things.  Or rather, how we do things — this year’s biggest development is that imitone’s day-to-day team has grown from one to […]

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cause for calibration

This post was transcribed from imitone’s kickstarter page. click here for the original post, or click here for an audio version of this post. I’m calibrating!  I’m calibrating!!  I’m fine-tuning a training model, generating and analyzing billions of datapoints, calculating probabilities and building a time-critical pitch tracker capable of — ah — ah, wait, I […]

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crossing the gulf

This post was transcribed from imitone’s kickstarter page here. Lately I’ve been thinking about the story of the tortoise and the hare. I’ve been working on imitone for more than six years, and there is still a lot left to do.  Since 2014, I have seen many things like imitone race right past us, into app stores […]

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