[linux-audio-user] extreme time stretching
ljure at multitel.com.uy
Sun Mar 14 10:57:52 EST 2004
a colleague of mine seems to be extremely interested in performing
exaggerated time stretching of audio files. i wrote a csound instrument
based on the new streaming phase vocoding opcodes by richard dobson.
adjusting window size, it can perform passable time stretching up to 6 or 8
times the duration of the original.
but this colleague would like to have much more than that. he told me in in
a visit to cologne he used a POD system, where he could stretch sounds up to
400 or 500 times...
my questions are:
- which linux applications can stretch sounds with good quality up to let's
say at least 20 times?
- is there anything like POD for linux? anyone knows how POD does the
time-stretching? granular synthesis?
thanks as always.
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