[studiorecorder] Re: special affects in studio recorder?

Last I checked, the pitch changing affects the speed, too. If you raise it up 
an octave, it 
sounds like a chipmunk at high speed. Audacity does that, without the high 
speed part. Just what we need!
On Sat, 5 Nov 2011 13:00:28 -0400, Harry Brown wrote:



>Hi Tyler,
>See this quote from the studio recorder manual below.  It sounds like,  (at 
>least from this part of the manual, that pitch can be changed!
>"Change Pitch 
>The change pitch command modifies the pitch of the document or a selection.  
>This command can be used, for example, to restore recorded material to its  
>original pitch, assuming the original pitch can be determined.
>Note that this command removes all index tones in its path.The Change  Pitch 
>dialog contains two edit boxes where you specify the pitch change relative  to 
>the current pitch. The first box contains the number of semitones to deflect  
>the current pitch, and the second box contains the number of cents. A semitone 
> 
>is one note of the twelve-tone musical scale, and a cent is 1 / 100 of a  
>semitone. This gives you very fine control of the pitch change. Use posative  
>values to increase the pitch, and negative values to decrease the pitch.  
>Note that changing the pitch also changes the time of the modified  material.
>There is one more control in the dialog, the quality box. Using a higher  
>quality setting takes longer, but uses a better resampling process for the 
>pitch  change. These quality settings are the same as the ones found in the 
>Resample  dialog."
>Harry
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From:Tyler
>To:studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Sent: Saturday, November 05, 2011 12:07    PM
>Subject: [studiorecorder] Re: special    affects in studio recorder?
>I once heard that one of my friends had temporarily used    Audacity, a 
>similar 
>audio editor. With 
>it, the pitch could be increased,    but not the speed. Just what we need in 
>Studio Recorder!
>On Sat, 5 Nov 2011    11:52:37 -0400, Harry Brown wrote:
>>Hi Judy and    all,
>>I agree with you, completely!
>>I think it would be so cool    if there was a way to take all the special  
>>affects 
>>in Gold Wave,    (and those are found, all in 1 folder, right?) If that  
>>folder 
>>   
>>could be copyed to the clipboard, then pasted into the studio    recorder  
>>folder, 
>>you would then have all the affects you    need!
>>Of course, we'd have to put in a menu item called special    affects.
>>Who knows, just thinking outloud.  Is this even possible    to do?I  haven't 
>>done 
>>it yet, but I'm thinking about trying it    with my version of studio  
>>recorder.
>>It's already got    multitracking, now all we need is  the affects.
>>Harry
>>-----    Original Message ----- 
>>From:Judy       Watford
>>To:studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Sent: Friday, November    04, 2011 7:18    PM
>>Subject: [studiorecorder] Re:    special    affects in studio recorder?
>>I would get rid    of all other recording programs if we could    have a    
>>noise
>>reduction    plugin...
>>Judy
>>-----Original       Message-----
>>From: studiorecorder-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>[mailto:studiorecorder-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]       On Behalf Of Mary Emerson
>>Sent: Friday, November 04, 2011 1:14    PM
>>To: studiorecorder@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>Subject:       [studiorecorder] Re: special affects in studio       recorder?
>>Harry,
>>Studio Recorder was originally designed for    use    in producing digital 
>>talking
>>books, so there    aren't any special effects    built  in.
>>Mary

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