[music-dsp] pro aliasing (was: nonlinear filters for music?)
shifty at sidehack.sat.gweep.net
Fri Mar 1 09:54:42 EST 2002
On Fri, Mar 01, 2002 at 07:25:23AM +0200, xk wrote:
> One way of doing it would be to do an FFT over the sound, then reflect all
> the frequencies found around the Nyquist. However, I think this approach
> will only work for simple sounds, like the output of a synth only. I'm not
> sure if it will sound good if applied on a hole song.
that is potentially interesting, because you are not merely limited
to a conventional folding ... :)
<fires up PD>
has anyone ever written a shaper that works in the frequency domain?
> In case you haven't done this, you should try to see how an aliased trivial
> synth output looks in CoolEdit spectral view. It's very inspiring.
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