[linux-audio-user] Re: extreme time stretching
dlphilp at bright.net
Tue Mar 16 10:29:29 EST 2004
Just a note to mention that I use Snd for realtime time stretching
quite a lot in my teaching. Nothing extreme as Beetstretch, but it's
been a godsend when trying to make accurate note-for-note transcriptions
from recordings. Since my students are all Windozers I've been
recommending Audacity for the same purpose, reports have been quite
favorable for its time stretching too.
I find Audacity and ReZound to be excellent sound editors for Linux,
but Snd still rocks my boat the best.
Frank Barknecht wrote:
>Kjetil Svalastog Matheussen <k.s.matheussen at notam02.no> wrote:
>>It was made with common lisp music.
>>The stretching-function was made by the
>>composer and programmer Anders Vinjar. The function
>>is basicly based on the make-granulate function with parameters
>>finetuned for the current stretch. Not very advanced,
>>most credits for the nice sound goes to Bill Schottstaedt
>>for the make-granulate function.
>Cool, thanks for that explanation. So I should have played a bit more
>with the settings in Snd...
> Frank Barknecht _ ___footils.org_
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