[Ardour-Users] automatable tape-recorder like playback speed?
gunter at peterpall.de
Thu Jun 7 13:37:59 PDT 2018
On 07.06.2018 21:44, robertlazarski wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 7, 2018 at 1:22 PM, Gunter Königsmann <gunter at peterpall.de
> <mailto:gunter at peterpall.de>> wrote:
> Dear all,
> This mailing list has shown me the stretch tool that allows to play back
> noises slower - which allowed me to create a nightmarish demonstration
> of pitch changes birds are able to
> Is there a similar tool that works more like a tape-recorder in that it
> reduces the frequency by one octave when playing back with half the
> speed? Doing the two things one at a time feels like introducing two
> time the type of losses every signal processing activity comes with.
> I think what I want isn't conceptually doable in ardour. But - I have
> gotten a small midi keyboard for a few € and it has a slider.
> If there were such a tool... ...would it be possible to automate the
> slowdown process so I can change the speed over the time using the
> Probably not. But - today I have recorded many birds singing at the same
> time in the morning and - I bet this could create interesting effects.
> Thanks a lot in advance,
> and kind regards,
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> This can be done in modern hardware via keyboard control voltage "pitch
> and gate" on this soon to be released Space Case TE-2, mine is on back
The 2nd problem for ardour (despite the CPU power needed) I guess would
be that this plug-in would output a totally different number of samples
than it would get on its input...
...don't know if any plug-in architecture currently supports this - and
how ardour is supposed to display the result.
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