[project1dev] Re: state of the loop

  • From: Alan Wolfe <alan.wolfe@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: project1dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 4 Feb 2010 14:20:34 -0800

neat trick im gonna remember that (:

On Thu, Feb 4, 2010 at 2:00 PM, Ken and Karen McByrd-Bell <
kenandkaren777@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> it's possible something like that is causing the gap. it's not something
> most people would notice if they're not trying to do seamless looping (i
> never noticed myself) so in most applications the algorithm is completely
> acceptable. as for how i did it i could keep it a secret and you'd really
> think i was some kind of genius or i could tell you and you'll see how
> simple it is. kk i'll tell you he he. i calculated the length of the song
> from the beginning to the end of the last note. let's call this the notation
> length. i simply import the wave file into everyone's favorite wave editor
> audacity and cut everything that comes after the notation length which will
> basically be echoes, reverb, etc. from the ending notes. i paste this over
> the very beginning of the file. viola! seamless. there's times where it's a
> little trickier like when there's a non-changing pattern of some kind going
> on continuously where the phase at the end has to be lined up with the phase
> at the beginning and/or when there's not a lot of echo-y stuff to carry over
> and fill in the transition. but i'll cross that bridge if and when i get to
> it d: glad the ogg file works. yeee-hawwww!
>
>

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