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Reply-To: "Simon Rod."
From: "Simon Rod."
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Subject: Re: Wombat's Revenge
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Date: Mon, 20 Jan 2003 10:06:24 -0000
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> Robbie William's jazz album (can't remember the name) seemed make enormous
> of pitch shifting in order to bring Fank Sinatra's and Bing Crosby's
> within the range of Robbie Williams. Listen to Frank Sinatra on that
> voice is a tone sharp or flat (can't remember which) than the original
> recording it was taken from. A trick achieved with a pitch shifter.
Similarly, these days most PC / DSP based recording 'packages' provide a
process called time stretching. This would allow the duration of an entire
recording (or small 'grabs' / 'takes') to be modified without altering the
pitch at all. It offers both replay speed and pitch variation. The required
pitch restoration from a change in duration (& vis-à-vis) is usually
calculated automatically, if the operator so chooses.
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