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Greg Hazel - Incoherence: Stereo Field Spectrum Analysis

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Does anyone remember the name of that last mp3 these guys demoed? I think it was a Prefuse 73 track but I can't remember the track title.
Duane Snider
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I'm looking to make my own beat matching software.
Does anyone know of a good plug in with source code to work with WinAmp?

I was thinking that would be the idea environment to visualize an MP3 in the Fourier Domain. And then I could add my own pattern recognizer.

 - Duane
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03:13 AM ET (US)
Incoherence displays stereo field and frequency information together, in real-time. It can show frequency-dependant phase information in an intuitive way. The demo will include an introduction to the display layout, basic functions and music demonstrations.

Greg and Steven Hazel started OMG Audio in 2004 to develop an application for visualizing the stereo field in an intuitive way. Greg was attending school for audio production at the time, and came up with the idea based on explanantions of stereo mixing. Steve pitched in with his knowledge of FFTs, and they wrote the first version of Incoherence in their free time over the course of the next several months.

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