Hello! Can someone please tell me where I can find a nyquist pitch shift effect? I really want it for the older version of audacity. A simple pitch shifter. Can someone tell me where to get one or can somebody please code something out for me?
Any particular reason for wanting it for the old 1.2 version of Audacity? Audacity 1.2 is almost obsolete and is known to have multiple problems on modern computers.
Stretching audio can be done with “resample” or “force-srate”
note that these functions will also change the duration of the sound.
When I try to resample the audio, it resamples the whole thing. I want a nyquist effect that shifts the audios pitch creating a doppler effect.
Turntable Warping | View turntablewarp-ms.ny | Download turntablewarp-ms.zip
This is a version 2 plug-in so it should work in Audacity 1.2.6 but may not work in earlier versions.
There is a function called “pitshift” in nyquist that you can try in the nyquist command prompt like
(pitshift s 1.5 1.0)
which will shift the pitch of your selection up by 7 semitones (the 1.5 factor). You can check out the documentation of pitshift in the nyquist manual here http://www.cs.cmu.edu/~rbd/doc/nyquist/part8.html#91. It doesn’t sound very good, I must warn. Also I dunno whether it’ll work in 1.2. The pitch shifter built into Audacity sounds much better.