[PlanetCCRMA] primetime?

Marv Smoak smoak@mis.net
Mon Oct 13 11:31:02 2003

Also, is there a way to time-delay an audio signal and/or an internet audio
stream?  Imagine wanting T the signla/stream so that the undelayed signal
goes to a monitor speaker and the delayed signal goes to a recorder.

I'm new to this list and linux audio but not to computers or music.  Enjoying
very much using planetccrma and learning from this list and others.

Marv          in Lexington KY
On Monday 13 October 2003 10:59, Janina Sajka wrote:
> Speaking of taking pro audio work on Linux prime time, I have two
> questions that I'd love to hear about from others on this list:
> 1.)	Is there a quality application for changing pitch of an entire
> file, or just a segment, without the resampling rate hack. In other
> words, is there a way to get a result about as good as the original but
> in a different key?
> 2.)	What's the status of time scale modification on Linux? Do we
> have a good mechanism to slow something down (or speed it up)
> significantly without changing the pitch? Yet again, of course, the
> ideal would be to have no noticable degradation of quality.
> As one who is pretty much restricted to console applications, I'm
> particularly interested if folks are doing this console mode. But,
> knowing that some GUI application does this would be helpful, too.
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