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Old 2005-06-21, 10:49 PM
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What is diginoise?

Hi folks,

Could someone point me to a site where diginoise is explained? Or if you have the time, a short rundown on its sources and how to detect/analyze (like you're explaining it to your slightly retarded cousin please). I'm running Linux, so the only analysis tools I've seen mentioned is audacity. My ears aren't that reliable after all those garage band years standing in front of the stack.

Thx.
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Old 2005-06-21, 11:58 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...?faq=techaudio

it can be a static-y sound...or sometimes with DV, it can cause a high-pitched "robotic" effect to the audio...
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Old 2005-06-22, 11:04 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

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http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/...?faq=techaudio

it can be a static-y sound...or sometimes with DV, it can cause a high-pitched "robotic" effect to the audio...
So it sounds like bad vinyl or that "six-million-dollar man" (anybody remember Steve Austin ) type sound then?

I was reading in a DaD comment on a DVD rip about how diginoise was heard and then confirmed in a wave editor. Is the confirmation possible? Static and effects like echo don't seem to me to have a "signature" but then I still have to get grip on what frequency analysis is (intuitively I'd say it's a distribution of the signal into frequencies and their strength/intensities)

Thx for any answers/tips/comments.
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Old 2005-06-22, 11:20 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

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So it sounds like bad vinyl or that "six-million-dollar man" (anybody remember Steve Austin ) type sound then?
You mean THIS SOUND?
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Old 2005-06-22, 11:31 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

Ted: Yep. (hearing that is making me grin like an idiot) Thx.

I was going to come back and correct/edit the post. Thinking about it more, I think by "robotic sound" something like a dentist drill is what was intended, no?
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Old 2005-06-22, 11:37 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

bzzzzshhhhh................sssshhhhhhbzzzzzz
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Old 2005-06-23, 01:46 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

Thanks Pot Head. btw what's that smilely mean anyway?
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Old 2005-06-23, 08:21 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

willard - if you liked that one, go HERE and roughly halfway through the page are more .wavs from The Six Million Dollar Man.

= laughing (LOL)
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Old 2005-06-23, 08:57 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

No its okay Ted. It''d be good if someone could answer this though.

"I was reading in a DaD comment on a DVD rip about how diginoise was heard and then confirmed in a wave editor. Is the confirmation possible? Static and effects like echo don't seem to me to have a "signature" but then I still have to get grip on what frequency analysis is (intuitively I'd say it's a distribution of the signal into frequencies and their strength/intensities)"

I mean, it'd be easy to explain that to an airhead, right ;>

I've met my share of electronic heroes. (Save me! Save me! ) lol

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Old 2005-06-23, 11:30 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

not tryin to poke fun......jus thought it was kinda funny
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Old 2005-06-23, 02:33 PM
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Re: What is diginoise?

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willard - if you liked that one, go HERE and roughly halfway through the page are more .wavs from The Six Million Dollar Man.

= laughing (LOL)
that's hillarious!

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Old 2005-06-24, 01:05 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

I think it'd be funny to have the star trek (original) door-opening sound as part of the desktop sound theme but It's probably been done somewhere .

Pot Head: It's cool. Just passing back the weirdness.

So I'm still stupid about diginoise. Why not just point me to a sample?

Diginoise and it's detection is part of a larger issue that interests me.
What I'd like to know in general is what and how commonly perceived sonic phenomena (such as diginoise but more so stuff like ambience) registers when it is analyzed. I think what people are doing with matrixing is interesting, to get a fuller sound from sbd and aud sources but is there anyway some instrument (of analysis) shows this? Is there even such a tool?

Maybe here's not the place to ask? If so, does anybody know where a forum for this kind of talk is? Hell, I can be stupid anywhere!

Thx.
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Old 2005-06-24, 01:42 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

I usually delete stuff full of diginoise but I've got a couple around somewhere. I'll post some screenshots and samples when I get the chance.
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Old 2005-06-24, 02:23 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

here we go...

here's a flac sample, attached screenshots are from this:
http://s33.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=0...927SWXNW06UDX5

this is just one kind of diginoise. there are a few other typical kinds.
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Old 2005-06-24, 10:11 AM
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Re: What is diginoise?

thanks Five...i'll try to dig some examples up and post some screens as well...

unfortunately, diginoise refers to a few different things...it can be glitches introduced in extraction, it can be caused by too hot of a signal on the source, amongst others...each can "sound" different, though each is definitely noticeable...

you also might find info re: diginoise, atleast pertaining to taping, over at taperssection.com
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