[linux-audio-user] stretching sound

Patrick Shirkey pshirkey at boosthardware.com
Wed Dec 3 02:13:04 EST 2003

luis jure wrote:
> I tried the time stretching effect in Audacity 1.2, and even for small
> amounts of stretching ( less than 1.5 ) I found that it gives very poor
> results, with lots of artifacts. Hardly usable, in my opinion.

It appears the latest cvs version of ardour has better support. I just 
stretched Kermit and it sounds real nice (tm)

> Julien, what software are you using? Do you use csound? Some time ago I
> wrote a simple instrument for time stretching and/or pitch transposing,
> using the newer streaming phase vocoding opcodes. I got much better results
> than with Audacity, anyway.
> Best,
> lj

Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
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