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is it possible to draw wav forms
 

Wizards Teeth on 2001-06-28 15:33 [#00011244]



Are there any programmes that allows one to draw wav forms
?

Not in the coagulight style.

For example drawing a shape on an x/y axis to create a wav
form / wav file

thanks
david


 

SWAI from Denmark on 2001-06-28 20:06 [#00011277]



I´m not enterily sure what you mean, but i belive the
program "Stomper Hyperion" will perhaps solve this.

it can be found at www.hitsquad.com

greaaaat site by the way


 

Wizard MaC from Grijpskerke hehehe on 2001-06-28 20:13 [#00011281]



Sure: good old Fasttracker 2.x
When you load a sample in it's sample-editor, you can fuck
up the waveform by pushing the rightmouseknob and draw in
the waveform.

I thought you can get FT2 at starbreeze.com


 

The Grey Gentleman from Eugene, Oregon on 2001-06-29 00:54 [#00011305]



Keep in mind that waveforms are usually doing several
(hundreds/thousands) cycles per second, so a waveform you
draw probably won't sound like you think.

Maybe what you want (I don't know, only you do :) ) is an
envelope drawing tool, and I think even Soundforge has this
capability. With envelopes you can shape a sound or sample
into what you want.

But putting that aside, I've seen a few programs that let
you draw both waveforms and envelopes. Hitsquad is a site to
check out, also the trackers mentioned above.

good luck!
the grey gentleman



 

The Grey Gentleman from Eugene, Oregon on 2001-06-29 00:55 [#00011306]



Keep in mind that waveforms are usually doing several
(hundreds/thousands) cycles per second, so a waveform you
draw probably won't sound like you think.

Maybe what you want (I don't know, only you do :) ) is an
envelope drawing tool, and I think even Soundforge has this
capability. With envelopes you can shape a sound or sample
into what you want.

But putting that aside, I've seen a few programs that let
you draw both waveforms and envelopes. Hitsquad is a site to
check out, also the trackers mentioned above.

good luck!
the grey gentleman



 

H3XAN3 [C6H14] from Melb. on 2001-06-29 09:14 [#00011332]



yes i believe soundforge has this capability


 


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