sonicpowa wrote:Interesting tool definitely, do you have sound examples of the algorithms?
I've finally been able to throw together a sound clip for public consumption. It's not much, but I'll try to keep putting up more.
Interesting stuff. Sounds like an non-linear frequency shift, but not quite like any other I've heard. Keen to hear more.
Thanks for the reference, I didn't know about FScape. Mostly posting so that this shows up yellow in my feed.
It's an interesting toolbox but I'm not sure anyone but the creator knows how to use it properly. I mostly use the wavelet transform as it spits out a wav. You can then process the result elsewhere and bring it back to FScape for the inverse transform. You can get all sorts of subtle effects provided you don't disrupt the 'time structure' of the analysis, and all sort of frequency mirrored, time smeared madness if you do.
The Serial Killa (energy output) and Seek And Enjoy modules can be used together to do my favourite audio party trick: cut sound into loads of tiny chunks then rearrange them from loudest to quietest. If you use the noise analysis mode instead of the energy mode on voice, you end up with all the sibiliants and mouth noises rapid-fire jammed together at the end of the file - a gloriously horrible noise.