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Post by sandyb » Sun Jun 08, 2008 10:12 am

this weekend i have been playing with timestretching things

http://share.ovi.com/media/sandyb.public/sandyb.10009

not great on laptop speakers - lots of missing frequencies :(

sandy

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Post by Kwote » Sun Jun 08, 2008 1:13 pm

good thing i don't have a laptop. :hihi:
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Post by consumed » Sun Jun 08, 2008 4:11 pm

very textural and metallic...i like this. interesting harmonics emerge as the sound morphs. that lowend is massive too. the stretching sounds good--what are you using? i found an outstanding program called paulstretch which excels at superduperlong stretching (up to 10000x) but this sounds very different, more defined and grainy.

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Post by sandyb » Sun Jun 08, 2008 4:29 pm

consumed wrote:very textural and metallic...i like this. interesting harmonics emerge as the sound morphs. that lowend is massive too. the stretching sounds good--what are you using? i found an outstanding program called paulstretch which excels at superduperlong stretching (up to 10000x) but this sounds very different, more defined and grainy.
thanks. i just used the timestretch feature in cubase. it started as a long modular improv which i chopped into pieces and layered. i then timestretched these pieces varying amounts, put it all into one .wav file and timestretched that a bit too. cubase maxes at x1000 but i processed some pieces more than once. there's some reverb, compression and eq in there as well - just the basic cubase ones. i'll have a look at the paulstretch program - sounds interesting.

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Post by sandyb » Mon Jun 09, 2008 4:22 pm

i tried paulstretch this evening. a great program - lots of possibilities.

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