[vorbis] Pitch shift with RC2
ndrw mchl grnbrg
agreenbu at nyx.net
Wed Aug 15 10:32:19 PDT 2001
Andy (Dale) <andycool22 at peoplepc.com> wrote:
: pitch shift doesnt mean up to inaudible frequencies, doesnt it mean that
: like a normal c note in a song would sound like a d, or something along that
A pitch shift of 25 kHz *does* mean up to inaudible frequencies.
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: From: "ndrw mchl grnbrg" <agreenbu at nyx.net>
: To: <vorbis at xiph.org>
: Sent: Wednesday, August 15, 2001 10:18 AM
: Subject: Re: [vorbis] Pitch shift with RC2
: - Sanspoof <sanspoof at hotmail.com> wrote:
: : The annoying thing I noticed was a pitch change across all bit rates.
: : not much of a shift but it's noticeable and it's not nice. I don't have
: : tools to measure it but I'm guessing that the pitch is shifted up about 25
: : KHz.
: Wouldn't that render it inaudible to everyone but some animals?
agreenbu @ nyx . net andrew michael greenburg
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