This diploma thesis has been set up in collaboration with Re-Compose GmbH and its founder and managing director, Dr. Stefan Oertl.
The main focus was the implementation of prototype software which connects audio software applications to a music analysis module developed by Re-Compose employee, DI Brigitte Rafael. An audio host sequencer and the former mentioned Re-Compose Logic are linked via the Virtual Studio Technology interface (VST). Music information is exchanged via the Musical Instrument Digital Interface protocol (MIDI).
The prototype employs the Java Native Interface (JNI) to invoke the Re-Compose analysis module coded in the Java programming language. This paper describes the design and structure of the implemented Re-Compose prototype and gives a prospect of future challenges.