LBarratt wrote:Please tell me where I can attach an audio file on this forum.
Its not supported by the forum. You'll have to use offsite storage and link to it.
LBarratt wrote:Would "y = tanh(x)" be odd transistor harmonics or even. See i can choose to produce harmonics without the distortion in odd or even,with a solid state tone and a little bit of neve ............... and a couple of other options.
LBarratt wrote:otristan wrote:Looks like your issue is only a simple matter of programming
Yes if I did not want it in audio units only with cocoa I would agree.
LBarratt wrote:I have taken the advise of you guys and developed my software to the maximum level I can and I am getting frustrated about going further. I have a dual mono audio unit eq, dual mono audio unit...
aciddose wrote:can you post a more scientific example?
for example try two sine tones 1000hz and 1005hz. this gives a fair representation of the attack, release and sustain and their effects on harmonic content in the ranges important in music, specifically guitars.
also you only need about 1 second which provides five/thousand cycles.
otristan wrote:if you're offering a paying gig to do all the code around your dsp, post it here.
I'm pretty sure someone will be interested.
LBarratt wrote:Please don't take the sample that seriously.