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- Choose an interesting or fun topic.
- Package the submission so that it's easy to figure out how to use.
- Ensure that it actually works for standard user inputs.
I'll probably want to get a second opinion, but PianoTuner tells me that my keys are all falling flat. As to how it figures this out, the algorithm is about 80 lines of code embedded into the UI callback functions. It looks like there's a fast Fourier transform and a polynomial curve fit in there.
Incidentally, you can run the tool against non-piano instruments as well. I played a random song on my computer speakers and found that musicians with professional instruments do much better.
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