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Old 2005-02-11, 05:54 PM
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Re: A question about speed correction of lossless files

I'm still in the theoretical since I haven't done pitch correction yet... that having been said, my concept is that if you can find several isolated notes, then you can match them to the studio version of those notes. If the guitar happens to be out of tune at the show from time to time, by finding a few places to check your pitch correction "magic number" you could find the setting that gets the highest number of these to correct pitch.

as for generating tones, I haven't used this but I believe mostly any wav editor can do it. dig around in the menus, etc... I'm going to take a look around when I get a chance and see what I can find. If you're really stuck I'm sure I can dig up a couple links and/or send you test tones from my end sometime next week. let me know how it's going.
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