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Hey there, I've got my computer science NEA project starting soon and I am currently in the phase of coming up with NEA ideas.

To me, I want to do a project that is fun and will keep me engaged. So far the main project idea I have come up with is something like an automated clone hero chart creation, which is basically something that could turn a song file, into a guitar hero level.

There are obviously a few different pathways you can take for the project, i.e. using AI-based/ machine learning kinda approach (to me sounds really cool but complex). The problems I have found and thought of so far is extracting melodies from a song file sounds nearly impossible at the moment unless there is a separate sound file solely for the melody or whatever is being transcribed, and also synchronising the notes to the song.

Despite all of this, can anyone see a solution to my problem, or suggest a new project idea perhaps like this that is more suitable? Any help would be appreciated. :smile:
Original post by Cad3n00
Hey there, I've got my computer science NEA project starting soon and I am currently in the phase of coming up with NEA ideas.
To me, I want to do a project that is fun and will keep me engaged. So far the main project idea I have come up with is something like an automated clone hero chart creation, which is basically something that could turn a song file, into a guitar hero level.
There are obviously a few different pathways you can take for the project, i.e. using AI-based/ machine learning kinda approach (to me sounds really cool but complex). The problems I have found and thought of so far is extracting melodies from a song file sounds nearly impossible at the moment unless there is a separate sound file solely for the melody or whatever is being transcribed, and also synchronising the notes to the song.
Despite all of this, can anyone see a solution to my problem, or suggest a new project idea perhaps like this that is more suitable? Any help would be appreciated. :smile:

By breaking down the project into manageable steps and staying organized, you can create a fun and engaging tool for generating Clone Hero charts from song files. Good luck, and have fun with your project!
Original post by Cad3n00
Hey there, I've got my computer science NEA project starting soon and I am currently in the phase of coming up with NEA ideas.
To me, I want to do a project that is fun and will keep me engaged. So far the main project idea I have come up with is something like an automated clone hero chart creation, which is basically something that could turn a song file, into a guitar hero level.
There are obviously a few different pathways you can take for the project, i.e. using AI-based/ machine learning kinda approach (to me sounds really cool but complex). The problems I have found and thought of so far is extracting melodies from a song file sounds nearly impossible at the moment unless there is a separate sound file solely for the melody or whatever is being transcribed, and also synchronising the notes to the song.
Despite all of this, can anyone see a solution to my problem, or suggest a new project idea perhaps like this that is more suitable? Any help would be appreciated. :smile:

I just did my project and my teacher predicted me an A, she made sure we did simple projects as the time to code is so tight. Most of us done revision websites, mine was an A level Psychology revision site, and many others did maths, music. It may seem simple and basic but it actually was a lot easier to implement and complete, I added calendars, countdowns, flashcards and quizzes, if that’s something that can keep you busy? But overall the harder the project the more your going to effect yourself, at the end you have to do your success criteria and if you don’t match it (75%) it automatically makes you look bad

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