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December 2nd, 2013

Same again, only I've decided to stretch this one using the Resample mode in Cool Edit 2.1 producing a kind of tinnitus like sound.

I used to do this a lot with Windows files and it occurred to me recently, yesterday in fact, to try it with Linux files, although, it has been processed on a Windows machine. Bloody hell, that's a lot of commas, am I drinking? No.

A Linux system file "dbus-daemon" imported as raw data in Cool Edit 2.1. Data formatted as 8-bit mu-Law Compressed, I have no idea what all that means, the resulting sound is just more interesting to me, that's my only reason for choosing that format. The sound has then been processed using Dtblkfx (surprise) using the Contrast effect which is set at 100% positive to remove noise and other unwanted frequencies. No other processes used. Probably only useful for further processing fun.

I'm quite curious about how this is going to look on the player - [edit] now I see and it's pleasing to the eye. Also, have a look at the phase analysis in your editor if you're into that sorta thing. Below is a screen shot from Cool Edit's version.

http://i.imgur.com/3CSGvBM.jpg

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    Ulrichhh 3 years ago

    Wonderful wave shape ! That's good synthesis !

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    blabliblup 3 years, 11 months ago

    very cool

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    Triandra 5 years, 4 months ago

    Ouch - from this I really got a tinnitus for a while - perfect for horror scenes, thanks :)

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    EKVelika 5 years, 10 months ago

    This is the sound that I hear in sleep paralysis. Thank you.

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    deleted_user_2731495 5 years, 10 months ago

    The waveform looks like a elephant without its front legs. haha

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Wave (.wav)
Duration
00:33:332
Filesize
5.6 MB
Samplerate
44100.0 Hz
Bitdepth
16 bit
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