cben at crosswinds.net
Tue Jun 26 02:06:31 PDT 2001
On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, smoerk at gmx.de wrote:
> On Tue, 26 Jun 2001 14:43:34 +1200, Ross Levis wrote:
> >Just a further thought, with Cool Edit Pro you can time stretch and shrink
> >the entire WAV, so you could line up the WAVs quite accurately by using a
> >sound at the beginning & end of the song. eg. tap the stylus.
> but the time shift signal (isn't it better to pitch?) will sound worse
> than original file.
No, the "time shift" effect that preserves the pitch while changing length
is the wrong choice. The orignial problem is the slight difference
and drift in the sampling rates of the signals,m so you need a resample to
correct that. A resample will restore the orginal pitches while the time
shift will preserve the mismatching pitches.
Beni Cherniavsky <cben at crosswinds.net>
(also scben at t2,cben at tx in Technion)
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