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New perl program I am attempting
Okay here is my dillema. Back in October of last year, I decided to take on a perl programming project for my science research project. Having no idea what Perl entailed, I plunged head-first into this project. Science fair is about a month and I need help on my project. It has nothing written to it yet, I just secured a computer that would run perl. anyway, Here are the params:
The program I am writing takes a recorded audio stream of a solo improvist and converts it into sheet music. The program takes the audio imput and breaks it down into individual seperate sound waves and measures the wavelength of those waves to determine its musical pitch. While the program measures the wavelength, it also measures the amount of time each wave was sustained and saves these values. (also measures empty space, where no sound was recorded)Once these values are recorded, the program's user selects the longest musical note length(half note etc.). This is applied to the longest recorded note time(i.e. 10 sec) since musical note length is scalar, with a margin of error, the proper note lengths can then be applied to all recorded notes. once this is completed, I need to know how I would import this processed information into an excel spread sheet or something so that the program will print out the information on scoresheets. Any help on this subject would be GREATLY appreciated.
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