Auditorium Serial Key is a MIDI-controlled visualiser designed to allow video output modules to render the music from attached instruments.
Designed with the open video output model, it can run on any device that supports Java and allows the user to run arbitrary Java code and perform IO operations at set points in the music.
Auditorium allows the user to create their own visualisations from MIDI data. It provides an easy to use GUI and a set of command line tools to allow video output to interact with MIDI input in ways never before possible.
Auditorium is written using the Java programming language. This allows it to run on any Java enabled device. It consists of a set of native Java classes, and a high level visualiser. The visualiser is written using OpenGL so it can run on any graphics capable computer.
MIDI visualization tools such as VideoSynthesis or OpticalMusic allow the visualiser to be written and run from attached MIDI instruments. Auditorium allows the user to take all the fun out of these tools by allowing them to control the visualisation from the MIDI input devices. If there is a chord change the user can see it occur directly on the video screen.
When an event is sent to the MIDI input device the visualiser runs a simple benchmark, that may include sample based audio. If this is completed then the visualiser runs the music through a polyphony trimmer. If there are tracks in multiple layers (sets of tracks) these can be configured independently. When the test is finished a score is rendered to the screen.
The visualiser is a very basic theme based application and is designed to have a feature rich API allowing creative developers to write their own visualisers.
Software downloads related to Auditorium
Interactive Audition 1.0.1
An interface for recording and playing MIDI clips through a graphical interface using Audacity
Audition has no MIDI support. However it does have an AudioTracks track that lets the user select audio clips and assign them to instruments, and you can record from these instruments directly into Audacity, and then from Audacity, open it up in a second instance for playback.
When you click on the MIDI tab in the track inspector you can add MIDI MIDI tracks that are used to play back the MIDI clips. This is useful for when you want to play back clips, but don’t have a MIDI device available to record MIDI clips on.
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This is an Auditory Technology tool for generating music visualisations from attached MIDI instruments.
What it does:
Generate visually striking sound visualisations from the MIDI output of your MIDI devices.
Retrieve MIDI data from the attached MIDI instruments on your system.
Generate an audio waveform using your preferred audio output and then display a visual representation of this waveform using the waveform colour and shape controls.
Transfer MIDI data between your MIDI instrument and Auditorium.
Automatically load MIDI data from a MIDI instrument if you wish to use the audio and visualisation in synchronous mode.
Automatically change the visualisation to a different instrument and shape if you wish to change the instrument that is playing.
You can leave the visualisation running in the background as an ‘auditory wallpaper’ or synchronise the visualisation to the audio output for performance.
Automatically create a new visualisation for each new MIDI instrument connected.
Multiple MIDI instruments are supported.
Send data to connected instruments, and receive data from connected instruments.
Transmit data to MIDI instruments using its MIDI out port.
Send data to MIDI instruments using a file saved to the PC’s hard drive.
‘Automatic Receive Mode’ and ‘Automatic Transmit Mode’ allow the audio and visualisation to work in synchronous mode.
Set the visualisation to work in a loop and produce a rhythmic visualisation.
Keyboard shortcuts are available for quick access to the visualisation controls.
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Auditorium uses the Input and Output subsections of the SoundFont API to allow for extra controls and playback of audio loops and sequences.
It uses the JAM.AudioPlayer Java API to allow for the playback of audio loops.
Any number of audio devices can be attached and used
One audio device can be utilised at any one time
Any number of audio devices can be used at the same time, each of which provides a time range of audio
Audio devices are searched for using the Input subsection of the API to find the likely instrument associated with the device
The Instrument subclass of the Input section allows for a selection of instrument types
Any number of instruments can be selected, each instrument being one of an array of available instruments, such as a piano roll, 2 drum kits and drums.
Each instrument must provide a loop event to be used in the duration range of the instrument
Timing data is provided for each instrument event in the same way as the loop
The Output section of the API is used to be able to define a range of note and volume to be passed to the JAM.AudioPlayer
It is possible to define as many instruments as are attached to the system
Each instrument is able to be attached and detached, with each instrument allowing different loops to be used
Each instrument may be searched for using the Input section and will provide a method to get the duration range of the instrument.
Each instrument may be selected using the instrument selector and it will provide a loop event
Each instrument can provide a play event, and the timings of these events will be saved, so in playback each event can be played back in the same place
Individual instruments are identified as having a loop event for debugging purposes
Each instrument may be selected as the default, and this is indicated using the default instrument selector.
Each instrument can be selected to be the default, and may or may not be the default
A single instrument can be selected to be the default instrument.
A single instrument can be selected to be the default instrument, and this is indicated using the default instrument selector.
It is possible to switch instruments using the default instrument selector, and this is indicated using the Change Instrument menu item.
The Change Instrument menu item allows instruments to be selected, and may be used to select the default instrument.
Other menu items allow you to switch instruments based on their key signature, and an instrument to be used as the default instrument
A mode menu item allows the currently selected instruments to be selected
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10.
Processor: Intel® Core™ i3-3125U / AMD FX-4350 or better
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel® HD Graphics 620 / AMD Radeon® RX 550
Hard Drive: 30 GB available space
Screen Resolution: 1024 x 768
Some features may require additional hardware and/or drivers, such as Intel® Game Bar and Realtek Audio. We recommend updating your hardware and