Fix an off-by-one in the undertone detection.
[pitch] / pitch.cpp
index c8246dc..91afda5 100644 (file)
--- a/pitch.cpp
+++ b/pitch.cpp
@@ -60,7 +60,8 @@ int main()
                fftw_execute(p);
                find_peak_magnitudes(out, bins, FFT_LENGTH);
                std::pair<double, double> peak = find_peak(bins, FFT_LENGTH);
-               peak = adjust_for_overtones(peak, bins, FFT_LENGTH);
+               if (peak.first > 0.0)
+                       peak = adjust_for_overtones(peak, bins, FFT_LENGTH);
 
                if (peak.first < 50.0 || peak.second - log10(FFT_LENGTH) < 0.0) {
 #if TUNING == WELL_TEMPERED_GUITAR
@@ -224,9 +225,9 @@ std::pair<double, double> find_peak(double *in, unsigned num_samples)
                        best_bin /= i;
 
                        // consider sliding one bin up or down
-                       if (best_bin > 0 && in[best_bin - 1] > in[best_bin] && in[best_bin - 1] > in[best_bin - 2]) {
+                       if (best_bin > 1 && in[best_bin - 1] > in[best_bin] && in[best_bin - 1] > in[best_bin - 2]) {
                                --best_bin;
-                       } else if (best_bin < num_samples / 2 && in[best_bin + 1] > in[best_bin] && in[best_bin + 1] > in[best_bin + 2]) {
+                       } else if (best_bin < num_samples / 2 - 1 && in[best_bin + 1] > in[best_bin] && in[best_bin + 1] > in[best_bin + 2]) {
                                ++best_bin;
                        }