The harmonizer needs a little tuning, I’ll be playing around with the parameters of the ugens. But it sounds pretty decent as long as you’re within a certain range, and if you push it you can generate some pretty fun-sounding artifacts. Try beatboxing into it while humming your bassline.

I’ve hard-coded the bus my microphone is on, so you’ll need to edit that if you wanna paste this code into your REPL or your cider-connected emacs/vim. But anyway, here’s this:

 


(definst voice1 []
  (sound-in:ar 1)
  )


(definst harmonize-input
  [note 60 velocity 80 gate 1 bus 1]
  (let [in (sound-in bus)
        pitch (pitch:kr in 
                        :exec-freq 500 
                        :down-sample 0.1)
        amp (/ velocity 127)
        env (env-gen (adsr 0.01 0.1 1 0.3) gate :action FREE)
        orig-midinote (cpsmidi pitch)
        interval (- note orig-midinote)
        ratio (midiratio interval)
        sig (pitch-shift:ar in :pitch-ratio ratio)
        ]
      (* env (* amp [sig sig]))
    )
  )
(def harmonizer 
  (midi-poly-player harmonize-input 
                    (:overtone.studio.midi/full-device-key 
                       (first (midi-connected-devices))) 
                     :none ))