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VMPK is a virtual MIDI piano keyboard for Linux, Windows and OSX. Based on Qt4 and RtMIDI, the program is a MIDI event generator using the computer's alphanumeric keyboard and the mouse. It may be used also to display received MIDI notes.
We've open-sourced the code for this synthesizer so that everyone is able to make changes to the code, introduce new features, fix bugs, improve efficiency, and keep the synthesizer up-to-date with all new capabilities of the base operating system. If you're new to AudioKit, you can learn more: here. This code and app is made possible by all the contributors to AudioKit. Many of the features of Synth One are availble as modules in AudioKit, allowing you easy access to oscillators, filters, reverbs, effects, and other DSP processing: code here.
Welcome to the official AudioKit example of a sample-based music instrument written in Swift. It can be modified to play EXS24, Wave, or Sound Fonts. This code is lightweight and demonstrates how you can make a beautiful sounding, pro-level instrument with small amount of code. If you're new to AudioKit, you can learn more and view getting started links: here.
MidiMix is small app to play back a MIDI file via a simple mixer. It visualizes the notes played on a piano keyboard and provides control over the playback speed. The primary purpose of the app is to help choir members learn their parts from a single MIDI file with all parts.
Play a game similar to the popular console game by RedOctane, but designed for your MIDI keyboard. Levels range from Easy, where the hand position never changes and only white keys are used, to Expert, where every note on the sheet music is played.
This is a collection of command-line and GUI tools for capturing and analyzing audio data. The most interesting tool is called keytap - it can guess pressed keyboard keys only by analyzing the audio captured from the computer's microphone.
ChatKeyboard is a powerful and easy using keyboard lib for Android, includes emoticons selection, audio recording, multi media functions, etc. If the jcenter is not ok, you can use jitpack way as below.
A MIDI file player that teaches you how to play the piano. PianoBooster is a fun way of playing along with a musical accompaniment and at the same time learning the basics of reading musical notation. see: http://pianobooster.sourceforge.net
A piano that responds to you. This experiment lets you make music through machine learning. A neural network was trained on many MIDI examples and it learned about musical concepts, building a map of notes and timings. You just play a few notes, and see how the neural net responds.
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I'm working on a 3rd party keyboard for iOS8 and I want it to look and feel as close as possible to Apple's keyboard. Unfortunately, it's not possible to access the keyboard view through code, so this is my attempt to imitate it by hand. (I'm sure there are ways to get even more accuracy via reverse engineering, but that's too much work for me!) In the end, I hope to produce a coherent and robust baseline for creating custom 3rd party keybards — at least, until Apple decides to fully open up their keyboard API. This keyboard is currently optimized for iPhone. iPad should work, but it'll look like a giant iPhone keyboard.
MDA.Net is the .Net/Silverlight port of mda-vst instruments and effects. Currently it includes just the MDA piano and an overdrive with basic interfaces to build on. Just PM me if you have some time to help - we are in no rush, aim to migrate everything one-by-one.
WebAudioFont is a set of resources and associated technology that uses sample-based synthesis to play musical instruments in the browser. You can choose from thousands of instrument, see Catalog. Add a link to WebAudioFontPlayer.js and the instrument file. Invoke queueWaveTable.
Typist is a small, drop-in Swift UIKit keyboard manager for iOS apps. It helps you manage keyboard's screen presence and behavior without notification center and Objective-C. Declare what should happen on what event and start() listening to keyboard events. That's it.
Steve Losh's Modern Space Cadet is an inspiration. It opened my eyes to the fact that there's a more useful keyboard hidden inside the vanilla QWERTY package that most of us have tolerated for all these years. This repo represents my nascent quest to unleash that more useful keyboard. At first, this might sound no different than the typical Emacs/Vim/<Every-Other-Editor> tweakfest. But it is. I'm not talking about honing my editor-of-choice. I'm not talking about pimping out my shell. I want a more useful keyboard everywhere. Whether I'm in my editor, in the terminal, in the browser, or in Keynote, I want a more useful keyboard.
The goal of this project is to map out application keyboard shortcuts onto a virtual keyboard, making it easy to find and learn new shortcuts. The shortcut data is scraped from online documentation to reduce error and to keep the data easy to update with newer versions. This project is directly hosted on github from the main gh-pages branch. All changes to this branch are live.