TuneIt



TuneIt is an android library that let’s you to create awesome PCM (Pulse-Code Modulation 16 bit) tones in your app!
The setup is very easy just follow the following steps:

step1

Add the JitPack repository to your build file

 
allprojects {
		repositories {
			...
			maven { url 'https://www.jitpack.io' }
		}
	}
  

step2

Add the following dependency in your app/build.gradle file

 
 	dependencies {
	        compile 'com.github.CuriousNikhil:TuneIt:1.0.1'
	}
 
 

Tadaa!! now you are set to make some noise ,yeah!!

step3

Use the following cod snippet to create your own tone


                    TuneIt.getInitialised().create(frequency, duration, volume, new StopToneListener() {
                        @Override
                        public void onTrackStopped() {
			    //tack playing stopped !
                            Toast.makeText(MainActivity.this, "Track stopped!", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
                        }
                    });

Now in version 1.0.1 Added a new utility class Frequency
You can use three octave frequencies of sound

1.LOW
2.MID
3.HIGH

Just put Frequency class constants at frequency argument
If you want MID level put MID and follwoed by underscore + tone frequency
Ex:
Frequency.MID_C or Frequency.HIGH_C_SHARP or Frequency.LOW_A_SHARP
You can access all the tones of octave from Frequency class

If you want to play specific note from the specific frequency octave, It’s added in Frequency Class.
And you can do it as follows:

	
		
	/*
	You can just set frequency to 
	Frequency.MID_C and similarly MID_A, MID_B, MID_D, MID_F
	*/
		
		TuneIt.getInitialised().create(Frequency.MID_C, duration, volume, new StopToneListener() {
                        @Override
                        public void onTrackStopped() {
			    //tack playing stopped !
                           //...
			   //...
                        }
                    });
	
	

Initialise or assign frequency as int
duration as int
volume as double (ex: 1.0f for max volume)

Refer to sample app


Yes you are done! Make your own piyano/casio or flute whatever !!
Any forks/suggestions are always welcome! Focusing on integrating this library with AI to generate music on android.

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