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Old 15th October 2007, 05:09 AM
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Detail Audio Output

Hmmm hello there..

I have a friend with a highly trained musical ear.

We have an on going argument about the opening to a Kylie Minogue Song "Slow"

Now the song starts with a synth bass line which is looped then throughout the rest of the song. She is certain tho that during the introduction it actually is different on the 2n instance of the loop, we talking like maybe 5mhz difference here lol.

He ear really is that stupid she often springs the slightest difference in tone to understand when I'm annoyed upset of hiding something :P

Stupid awesome ear ability.

I want a way to pass a wav/mp3 file through a scope i guess but to record as it goes so we can actually see if there is a difference. I'm nearly prepared to bet my left toe the difference is none, but she does have this incredible stupid classical trained ear.

Further more more states its about 3-5mhz difference :S:S:S even if its 6mhz out ill consider it a win

any programs out there which will print a scope according to time?
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Old 15th October 2007, 05:11 AM
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Audacity non-free.
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Old 15th October 2007, 05:29 AM
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Dan's the man, and audacity is the app

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Old 15th October 2007, 08:09 AM
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lik omg der to me :S:S

ok yeah i hav a wave... is there a way to compare the graph now?

eye balling it there doesnt seem to be a difference ....
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Old 15th October 2007, 04:21 PM
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Keep zooming in until you've got a lot of detail.

If you still can't tell, then cut & paste the loops in question below each other and you should be able to see any discrepancies then.

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