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Re: [ARSCLIST] Programmable varispeed question
You can draw pitch curves in differing ways in
both Samplitude and Diamond Cut. Samplitude
permits random "speed" changes as well as
straight line, DC6 has curves that you can adjust
the trajectory between a start and finish speed.
I believe one person actually uses a programmable
signal source to change the capstan motor speed
on the playback deck...but I don't have details.
At 05:41 AM 9/29/2006, Henry Clark wrote:
I'm new to the list, so please forgive me if
this is a common topic of discussion. I've
searched the archives, but I can't find an exact
answer to this. I hope someone might be able to help.
What I need to do is varispeed a recording I
have, and that varispeed needs to change
gradually throughout the 5 minute piece. I think
the recording was made on something which was changing speed as it recorded.
So I want the speed of the music to change as
well as the pitch, i.e. I'm not looking for a
system which maintains the speed while pitch shifting.
The file is already on a CD. So I'd be looking
to perform this correction on a PC (preferably)
or Mac (but only if I can borrow one.)
Ideally, I need something which I can set
relative speed values into, and the system will
gradually ramp between them to restore a
constant speed and pitch. Is there any program
which will allow me to play back this music
with, for example, a +3% speed at the start,
slowing down to -1% at 4 mins, and then finally -2% at 5 mins?
Thanks for your help,
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