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I'm wondering if those clicks were from my computer, now distanced and under a cardboard box? They usually correspond when your voice is loud, so not extraneous (e.g. computer) noise from the in the room. Alternatively, perhaps they are introduced by the change pitch? They are on the raw version, s...
- Thu May 13, 2021 12:11 pm
- Forum: Nyquist
- Topic: Splitting parts of mono track into stereo
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I'm searching the way to split a mono track into stereo but in the specific way that is: first 100ms of the input track is moved into right channel, next 100ms is moved into left channel, next 100ms into right and so on... Does that mean the sound is only ever playing in one ear ? ... before-after ...
I am using your (Trebor's) DeSibilator ... What should I do to dial this back? RMS is a first-approximation for the desibilator threshold, if there is lisping with the threshold at RMS value, try raising the threshold from the RMS value in 1dB steps until the lisping goes away. e.g. if the RMS is -...