"Leroy" <whe### [at] gmailcom> wrote:
> I made a windows program a few years ago call LR_Voice that takes a wave and
> lets you place Phonemes that are saved in a file that POV can read.
> Its at
> Although it was written for lip syncing you could use it to mark locations.
> Have Fun!
Thanks but I'm almost done with that part of the project. The combination of
software that I settled on is working out extremely well for what I need.
IZotope RX 8 supports tabbed documents so I can have the original song open in
one tab and a modified version containing just the drums (made with SpleeterGUI)
open in another tab so I can make quick comparisons when necessary. I can place
a marker at a beat by putting the curser where I want on the waveform and
pressing the "m" key. RX 8 can export the marker times as a tab-delimited text
file that POV-Ray can read after I do about 30 seconds worth of formatting. It
still takes quite a while due to the length of the song and the number beats but
it's going well.
Have a great day and thanks for sharing your idea!
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