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howto:pitch-shift-howto [2015/07/22 20:12]
deva created
howto:pitch-shift-howto [2015/07/22 21:06]
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 ======Pitch shift HowTo====== ======Pitch shift HowTo======
-This HowTo describes how to make a new kick-l drum +This HowTo describes how to make a new kick-l drum in the Aasimonster drumkit.
 <code> <code>
 First you copy the instrument you want to pitch, eg kick-l to a new folder kick-l-low First you copy the instrument you want to pitch, eg kick-l to a new folder kick-l-low
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 Now all that remains are the actual pitch shifting: Now all that remains are the actual pitch shifting:
 cd into the kick-l-low/samples dir and run the followig commanline: cd into the kick-l-low/samples dir and run the followig commanline:
-for f in *.wav; do mv $f tmp.wav; sox tmp.wav $f pitch -31; done+for f in *.wav; do mv "$ftmp.wav; sox tmp.wav "$fpitch -31; done
 This will downpith each file 31 100th semitones, ie. -100 would pitch it down a full semi-tone. This will downpith each file 31 100th semitones, ie. -100 would pitch it down a full semi-tone.
  
 Once it is done, you should be able to load the kit and hear the new instrument. Once it is done, you should be able to load the kit and hear the new instrument.
 </code> </code>
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