BeatFx is a suite of real-time audio effects that use beat tracking to allow automatic synchronisation of
effect parameters to the beat of the input audio. Delay times can be set in beats and the modulation
rate of tremolo, auto-wah and flanger effects can be controlled by a number of cycles-per-beat. As the
tempo changes, these effects automatically adapt to maintain synchronisation.
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A. M. Stark, M. D. Plumbley and M. E. P. Davies. Audio effects for real-time performance using beat tracking. In Proceedings of the the 122nd AES Convention, Convention paper 7156. Vienna, Austria, May 5-8 2007.