I'm Nalinda Hemanga and I'm a final year student studying Software Engineering at the University of Colombo School of Computing, Sri Lanka. I have studied music at my school and I play piano and guitar. I'm even doing a music related project in my final year and this idea came through that. I do also have used MuseScore to convert MusicXML into sheet music.
I would like to suggest a project idea which the users can automatically generate the chords for each measure in a lead sheet using the melody notes. Assume that there is a lead sheet without harmony (chords). My approach is to generate the best possible chord progression for the melody using a machine learning technique and this approach is based on a Microsoft research. However this method will better suit for lead sheets and the generated chords will be in triads such as major, minor, augmented etc.
I would love to contribute where there is music and I look forward to hearing from you.
Do you plan to join MuseScore for Google summer of Code? If yes, please read https://musescore.org/en/developers-handbook/google-summer-code/steps-toward-successful-application
Regarding your idea, check these plugins
https://musescore.org/en/project/magicchords and tell us a bit more about the machine learning techniques you plan to use.
2017-03-27 17:22 GMT+02:00 nalindahemanga <[hidden email]>:
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Thank you for your suggestions and really appreciate it. Yes I'm planning to join MuseScore for Google Summer of Code and I'm sorry that I didn't mention it before.
I went through the magic chords plugin as well. However my idea is to generate a chord sequence for a song using Hidden Markov Model. The observations of the Hidden Markov model are the melody notes in each measure and the hidden states are the chords. Viterbi algorithm will be used to find the best possible hidden states (chords).
I have experience in C++ programming and I'm new to qt. I was able to successfully build and run MuseScore using qt creator, but opening a large cpp file makes the qt creator crash in Ubuntu 14.04.
On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 9:11 PM, lasconic [via MuseScore Developer] <[hidden email]> wrote:
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