Re: [tuning] Csound and Synthesis and general catch-up
>> I'd love to hear more about how you achieved microtonal resythesisThat rocks.
>> of a recorder sample using Cool Edit!
>Basically I took the sample (which I'd already copied over itself
>several times to achieve a chorus effect before I thought of retuning
>it) used the FFT filter to isolate each of the partials of the sound,
>and saved each partial as a separate WAV file. Actually, I mixed
>partials 1, 2, 4, 8 ... into a single file; the same with 3, 6, 9, and
>so on, which saved some time, since I wasn't doing any octave
>stretching, just fitting them to ET scales. Then I resampled the
>partials at a different pitch to match the 15-ET tuning; some of the
>samples ended up slightly longer or shorter, but I don't remember
>exactly how I resolved that (probably just cut off the ends of the
>In contrast, the "brass" instruments were done by mixing together sineI only have a 128kbps version of this, I think. Can you furnish
>waves rounded off to the nearest 1 Hz, so that they'd loop seamlessly
>after precisely 1 second, saving the mixed sine waves as a sample, and
>using the built-in filters and envelope generators of the AWE32 to add
>a "brassy" attack to the sound.
- Carl Lumma wrote:
> I only have a 128kbps version of this, I think. Can you furnishI have the original wav file, but it's huge. The highest quality OGG is
> anything better?
still pretty big, about 12.1 MB; the default quality OGG is only about
3.4 MB. Can you play OGG files?
>> I only have a 128kbps version of this, I think. Can you furnishYes, and I'll take the 12 megger if you can host it.
>> anything better?
>I have the original wav file, but it's huge. The highest quality OGG is
>still pretty big, about 12.1 MB; the default quality OGG is only about
>3.4 MB. Can you play OGG files?
- Carl Lumma wrote:
> Yes, and I'll take the 12 megger if you can host it.Well, it seems my new Comcast account has 25MB of web space, so here it is: