keyfinder−cli − Estimate the musical key of an audio file

**keyfinder-cli**
[−n key−notation] *audio−file*

The
**keyfinder−cli** command is used to estimate the
musical key of an audio file. Different output key notations
are supported. This tool is intended to be used by DJs
wishing to automate their music organization process.

By default the program will output the estimated key to STDOUT using the Standard Key Notation. When the audio file has no key (silence) nothing will be written to STDOUT and the program will exit with a 0 status.

**−n**,
**−−notation** *notation*

Set the notation to output the
estimated key as. Currently this supports the following
notation values:

standard*(default)*

Use the Standard Key notation.

**openkey**

Use the Open Key notation. For more details on this notation see the beaTunes documentation on the Open Key notation: https://www.beatunes.com/en/open-key-notation.html.

**camelot**

Use the Camelot Key notation. For more details on this notation see the Camelot Mixing Guide: http://www.mixedinkey.com/HowTo.

**−h**,
**−−help**

Show the program usage message.

Bugs may be reported on the GitHub project page:

https://github.com/EvanPurkhiser/keyfinder−cli

Evan M. Purkhiser ([email protected])

Updated 2024-01-29 - jenkler.se | uex.se