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Re: tapping hardware & software
P.S. The data saved by MAX/MSP are text files and already contain the
tap times—no need to analyze an audio file. --Bruno
On 3/24/11 4:32 AM, daniele schon wrote:
I am trying to think to a simple and cheap solution to record children
in a tapping task (eg along with a metronome or a piece of music).
I have up to now found several solutions commonly used, but none of
them is cheap. For instance, using a software such as Presentation to
send the auditory stimulus and record with the space bar (requires
Presentation/E-Prime license), or using Cakewalk and a tapping pad
(requires Cakewalk license and a tapping pad).
So I would be glad if you could share your advice on the "optimal"
solution, optimizing the real cost (in euros), the precision (in
milliseconds) and the other cost (the hours I'll spend analyzing data,
for instance recording the tapping on a microphone ...).
my warmest regards
Bruno H. Repp
Senior Research Scientist
Music Perception and Action
300 George Street
New Haven, CT 06511-6624
Web page: http://www.haskins.yale.edu/staff/repp.html