Music Player Songs

Thanks, this was the response i was looking for.

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There are some Midi → Sheet and Midi->text apps out there. Lots of Midi-> text scripts that could probably be modified to output into this format, probably give it a few months and someone will put in the work. It reminds me of the Midi → Lute music plugin for the game Mordhau.

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there are AI apps for separating rhythm from melody from percussion (algoriddim djay pro ai, for example). you can take the melody track and using plugins in a DAW (digital audio workstation) like Logic or Ableton Live or FL Studio, you can convert notes in a waveform track to the corresponding midi notes. then… I don’t know how to get the midi exported properly to convert directly to .fmf file, but since it’s just comma separated notes, I’d just do this part manually probably. would be pretty easy.

I’ve made some poor quality midi files following this method - looking forward to trying it for .fmf

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Just tried to look at this. I have 0.58.1 and I do not see how to go about making songs. The music player and marble machine.fmf are present but no option for adding new?

It should be a matter of just opening the text file and writing a list of notes in. It is pretty self explanatory, it is like writing ringtones on an old 2001 era motorola phone

I created two song files, one for Hedwig’s Theme (from Harry Potter), and one for the Airwolf theme. I made a GitHub repo in case anyone wants them, plus basic instructions in the README for anyone that wants to create their own.

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I transcribed the Still Alive Song from Portal. Fits with the FlipperZero theme perfectly. :rofl:

@Stardrifter, you need to use either the flipper app from your phone or the QFlipper installed app to move the file onto the Flipper into the Music Player App folder on your SD Card.

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When you open the music player, it should list the files in the /music_player folder.

It should if they are proper flipper music files.

So here is a fun fact, txt files used to code ringtones in old phones like the Nokia 3310 work seamlessly with Flipper Zero. If you are after a bit of old school nostalgia, you can use this link to download txt files which require no re-formatting.

http://onj3.andrelouis.com/phonetones/unzipped/Nokia/3310/

The only issue is that some tones might need to be shifted up an octave but other than that they work really well.

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there might be a way to convert the wave to bits. you would probably want to use a DSP, or MCU with a DSP, to convert the wave to bit patterns. im not sure if you would set the bpm, or octave. you know music isnt my strong suit. I think I saw a program like this in ACRON’s RISC OS. it might have been called maestro.

There is loads of stuff to convert midi to arrays like what the flipper is using. aseqdump for example. oh snap i just got an idea. you play your mp3, redirect the output to aseqdump -port and scrape the notes.

RTTL is what they were called for protocol.

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flipnoise.zip (421 Bytes)

500 BPM chiptune / keygen tune made with my Renoise → Flipper converter: https://github.com/juanirming/flipnoise

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hello,
does the music player come with the flipper or is it a plugin
if it is a plugin pls link to download

It is in the plugins folder, comes with the flipper

Thank you

Would I be able to use a MP3 Player coded in C or C++ to play music over the type C port?

Probably not, not without modification at least. You’ll need to adapt it to our filesystem API and our USB chip to work

what file type to make music
aka what file type flipper plays