I’m looking for techniques to combine two dissimilar sounds for a sound effect. Simple approaches like combining them and playing with the envelopes and equalization are not not working well. I found some nyquist code for a ring modulation and tried using that to add in a bit of the sum and difference, thinking it might help blend it a bit, but I don’t really know what I’m doing
My questions are:
- Are there techniques for combining sounds using nyquist that I should try?
- Are there other plugins that implement sound “morphing” or interpolation of some kind based on the direct waveforms or spectrums?
- Is there a way in Audacity or with nyquist code to map the envelope of one sound to another?
- Is there a way in audacity or with nyquist code to map the spectrum-envelope of one sound to a dynamic filter to be applied to another sound?
If none of these exist I am thinking about trying to write #3 and #4… not sure how easy they’d be using nyquist (which I’m not that familiar with) but I think I could do it with an audio processing library in another language.