Time Streching Confusion

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DurbaK
 
Jun 26, 2012 (5:24)
Hello, to the point. "The recorded signal has been sped up 16 times", how do I time strech it with edison back to the orginal speed. I was thinking of using the time streching tool with Length(ms) section. This is where the confusion comes in, how? "Change sample duration by specifying length in milliseconds(ms)." All I could come with is 16x1000ms= 16000ms but this doesn't seem right. I'm not sure either what "sped up 16 times means". Does that mean I must know the sample rate... yes it does. ok wav file are mostly 44.1hz. So 44.1 / 16 = 2.75625 * 16 = 44.1 samples 1 second. 44.1 * 1000ms = 44100(ms) time strech? hmm Shit I would need to know what format it was recorded. Lets just say it was 44.1hz and was sped up 16 times= 705.6 *1000 = 705600 Or I took the apoximate length of the audio clip 10.3 * 16 = 164.8 * 1000 = 164800. Heres the cool thing if I use 705600ms or 164800ms as "Length(ms)" time streches I get 1 min 43 sec 156 ms as the over all length after each time strech... Well I'm lost lol any help would be awesome. Thanks in advance.

nucleon
 
Jun 26, 2012 (10:31)
Try the time multiplier knob in the Edison time...

DurbaK
 
Jun 28, 2012 (6:33)
Thank you sir. I did not know you could double ...

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