yes that's exactly the idea. Let me know if you have any questions,
more information on the project is always available from
--- Daniel James <daniel(a)linuxaudio.org> wrote:
reason why I'm contacting you today is because
I have a new
project pertaining to my work at dspdimension.com
that might be of
interest to linuxaudio.org
as well - please find
I'd say this is definitely of interest to our
since you are proposing to release your code under
the GPL. I'd be
interested to know the advantages that your project
will offer over
the existing time stretching software that I've
used, such as the
tempo change effect within Audacity.
There are companies that produce time and pitch
algorithms which they license to our favorite
proprietary manufacturers. It seems Stefan intends to
produce a comparable algorithm. There are a few Open
Source solutions around. I no experience using them
but I suspect they don't compare with the design goals
I think ClearScale is valuable project. I'm not aware
of anyone else that is working on a similar project.
It should be announced on the LAD list where Stefan
can get more feedback and publicity.
(I'll confess that although I've used
this kind of
unclear about the benefits of the various designs!)
Have you posted an announcement on the
linux-audio-developer mailing lists?
Thanks for getting in touch!
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