Monthly Archives: July 2013

HourGlass “polyphonic” envelopes

I worked on the fragment engine (and the envelopes and their editors) so that there can be parameters which can leverage multiple envelopes. (Namely the most suitable parameters are/would be Source position, Transposition centre, Fragment length, Panning centre and Fragment … Continue reading

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HourGlass development status

Development is still going on, but at a slower pace. There might not be a “final” 1.4.0 release for a while. I might do another Windows-only 1.4.0 beta or “prerelease” release at some point. Or maybe it will be a … Continue reading

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Surprising bits and time scales

If you measure time in units of samples at a 44100hz sample rate with a 32 bit value : 4294967296/44100= 97391,5 seconds= 1623,2 minutes= 27,1 hours That might get a bit tight when dealing with surveillance recordings or extreme pieces … Continue reading

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