Just Intonation  Version 1.3.1 (19)
Explore key-independent dynamically adapting tuning in just intonation
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20 //=============================================================================
21 // Tone
22 //=============================================================================
24 #ifndef TONE_H
25 #define TONE_H
27 #include <QtGlobal>
29 #include "instrument/wave.h"
45 class Tone
46 {
47 public:
48  enum Type
49  {
54  };
56  enum State
57  {
58  IDLE,
64  };
67 public:
68  Tone();
69  Tone (int key, int scaleindex, Wave &sample, double volume, Type type=UNDEFINED);
71  friend class Sampler;
72  friend class SoundGenerator;
73  friend class TuningManager;
75  Wave &getSample() { return *pSample; }
77 private:
79  int mKey;
80  quint32 mTime;
82  double mVolume;
84  qint16 left,right;
89 };
91 #endif // TONE_H
int mKey
Key index (Midi) ranging from 0 to 127.
Definition: tone.h:79
Class managing the generation of sound.
Class holding the sampled sound for one key.
Definition: wave.h:49
Defautl constructor, resetting the member variables.
Definition: tone.cpp:35
qint16 right
store last PCM values, init to zero
Definition: tone.h:84
quint32 mTime
time in units of 1/4096/SampleRate sec
Definition: tone.h:80
Sound that ends when the key is released.
Definition: tone.h:50
double mVolume
overall volume ranging from 0 to 1
Definition: tone.h:82
Release mode: tone is decaying.
Definition: tone.h:61
Sound that does not end when key is release (keys without damper)
Definition: tone.h:51
int mScaleIndex
Index to the used scale.
Definition: tone.h:88
Class describing a tone that is currently being played.
Definition: tone.h:45
Definition: tone.h:48
Definition: tone.h:56
friend class TuningManager
TuningManager class is allowed to access private elements.
Definition: tone.h:73
Wave * pSample
Pointer to the wave.
Definition: tone.h:86
Tone has terminated and can be removed from the queue.
Definition: tone.h:63
Wave & getSample()
Definition: tone.h:75
qint16 left
Definition: tone.h:84
State mState
Phase in which the tone is playing.
Definition: tone.h:78
Type mType
Type of the wave.
Definition: tone.h:87
Sound-generating module which plays the tones held by the SoundGenerator.
Definition: sampler.h:57
Sound that occurs in the moment when the key is released.
Definition: tone.h:52
Definition: tone.h:58
non defined
Definition: tone.h:53
Tone is playing a special off-sound after key has been released.
Definition: tone.h:62
Tone is playing in normal mode.
Definition: tone.h:59
The key has been released. Tone is requested to switch to the release mode.
Definition: tone.h:60