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Re: [ARSCLIST] Odd Speed
Thank you so much for all your replies......I too think this will be fun,
considering the person talking really did want someone to find the tape!
Aaron Luis Levinson wrote:
> Mike is right about the eq, but sine the speed seems to be in the middle
> I would compare the 3.75 to the 7.5 and create a curve between these
> two well known profiles and use this mid-point as a start to making your
> own personal 5.625 curve! Sounds fun to me...
> On Thursday, March 4, 2004, at 10:57 AM, Mike Richter wrote:
> > At 10:44 AM 3/4/2004 -0500, Aaron Luis Levinson wrote:
> >> Any decent audio studio with a 1/4 mastering deck (Otari, Studer,
> >> Ampex)
> >> will have a vari-speed function that would allow you to adjust the
> >> speed + or -
> >> 15%. The problem with your tape is that only a mastering/archival lab
> >> has 3.75/ 7.5
> >> machines. Art has the best solution for this kind of problem. Since it
> >> is not
> >> a "High Fidelity" recording why not simply play it at either fixed
> >> speed and
> >> adjust the playback speed digitally? We spoke about this thread before
> >> and I'm sure
> >> someone here will have a cost effective piece of software to suggest
> >> for this job...
> > Since the job is changing pitch and speed, any editor will do it. In
> > fact,
> > I think the free WAVMERGE posted at my WWW site will handle that, let
> > alone
> > GoldWave, CoolEdit, Adobe Audition and any other editor I've run.
> > Note that whatever is done to play the tape back, the equalization
> > will be
> > 'wrong'. That is, I know of no standard EQ for a speed between 3.75
> > and 7.5
> > ips, so expect to have to correct that by guess.
> > Mike
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