I have an Iriver h320 with rockbox firmware it records as 16bit 44.1khz, I haven't tested it with a decent mic yet so I'm not sure about the preamp quality, but the line-in quality is fine.
in Logic 7.0 you have a 'Bit Shifter', with that you can delay one (or both) of the Stereo-Channels of an Audio-File
that one is rather useless to me.
i did make my own sound now, by pitching something up and adding lotsa eq. i didn't get 100% what i was looking for (especially since i'll probably need a few different strikes), but i uploaded the files, so lets see how long it takes until they become available.
I've made a program that involves a story set in Brazil, Amazonia, to be specific.
Since I didn't had budget to travel to Brazil to do my own recordings
I've used some sounds "stolen" here at freesound. I also used a fly sound.
The attribution list is posted next to the program here.
You can listen to program and download the script, albeit being in portuguese.
Thanks for sharing. I will make available soon the sounds I capture here in Lisbon.
Thanks Halleck, that could be useful to me too.
thanks and this will definatly help.
is it possible for someone to create some sound packs for me please. I'm looking for mainly inparticular holiday sounds - such as beach,sea surroundings, hospital sounds such as machines, voices, announcements and heartbeats maybe in there too. also im looking for a football pack maybe with chants from fans and hooligan sounds too. this may sound a lot but i will be intregrateing them into a sound fiel for my uni project i will post the final peice on here when complete many thanks. if you know of any other sound sample sites that could help me also please let me know.
Im looking for a sample with a woman crying,,
It has to start with she sounds kind a scared and morning afraid like, then after 7 - 8 sec she starts crying just a little and then in 12 sec she has to cry really loud for 5 or 6 secs and then just suddently stop...
Its for at new music track og mine called "When my bitches cry" and its for the big break in the middle of the song...
If anyone have such a sample or want to create one, then let me know or drop a link here in forum
Thanks in advance
oh, i actually left out an important step.
Wave inversion is an important part, but specifically phase shirft comes from the lack on alignment in either case (double or negation of the wave form)...
Thus you may see the problem.
To move something "out of phase" means that you shift the starting point of the wave.
In a sine wave at 440 hz will react differantly to a 3 ms shift than a 5khz sine wave.
Thus, that is why you can get away with the High Q in guitar pedals.
What i forgot to mention is, In a complex wave form "90 degree phase" sort of looses its meaning.
A more accurate way of stating the phase shift would be "90 degree phase shift @ 440 hz (or whatever frequency you choose... a sweepable phaser)...
cool. Glad i cleared that up (i hope)
I agree that would be nice... although right now you do have the "attribution list" that displays all the sounds you've downloaded.
Sometimes, though, I feel like keeping track of a sound to download later.
Here's a good one:
There is AnvilHit.wav but it's rather weak.
You may be able to design a sound by sampling or recording a whacking noise and then decreasing the pitch.
It's worth your time to get a decoder since a lot of other sounds here are encoded as FLAC and you can't go around asking every author to re-upload their samples for you.
Also, don't worry about transcoding loss, FLAC is lossless, basically .zip for wave files. It's better than zip though, I usually get a 60% compression ratio.
mooraker, please remove that spinning signature...
I still need to write the rules, but.. animated gifs won't be alowed... add a non-animated one, and I'll be much happier.
Thanks for that Nathan, I'll try it out in some code.
I'm actually trying to write a quadraphonic decoder (for the SQ matrix) all in software.
I'll post back with my results
this isn't a math answer, but a good way of thinking of it:
If you have two of the same waves it will double the amplitude (if played at the same time, and with the same speaker source... or complimentary speaker source).
If you have two signals that are completely opposite in amplitude you have perfect cancellation and no sound comes out. This is signal inversion and is commonly used to create stereo images for M-S imaging.
So, phasing exists somewhere in between those two extremes.
My guess is that if you take a signal and split it, you should be able to invert one, bump the Dbs down by 10 on one and remix the two. That should give you a simple phase effect.
when you think of "phasing" effects for like guitars, its actually just a signal that is split, one staying clean, the other having a sweepable High Q applied to it, and then mixed back together. Sometimes you can invert one of the signals two, to create even truer phasing.
Again, i have never actually created programs for phasing, or tested what i have said above. I think i am correct in my reasoning though.
hope this helps.
same here if possible could you post a link to a sound pack cheers.
Halleck is it possible for you to create the sounds in mp3 format as it comes out as a flac file and i have no prog to open that fiiletype.
Minidisk Australia is having clearance sales.
MINIDISK Sony MZ-NHF800 $AU169
Is this a good price for these units?