well , u still need to sample that signal , gen has good example . we are still talking about pitch shifting here . chunk by chunk .
You are able to do it with two delays ,but this will introduce cheap granural glitches .
I bet you are searching for gentle sounding pitch shift . right ?
yeah . but u still need to use some sort of windowing with at least two delays so the tempo remains the same . ive been doing this stuff in a different environment, but im not on at "home" to see the procedure .
when im back i can reproduce it if you will not find the idea ,but at first i need to see what ive done .
anyway . are you somewhere with this already ?
edit . it will work with two buffers , but u need to window them too . we are talking about granular synthesis anyway
now i understand :) you just want to "speed up" your signal ,i thought that you want the length remain untouched . so now its clear .
Definitely i would use additional playback because of sync . i never used play object and i cant imagine why you hear the clicks :/ . i prefer to use groove as you can manage your playback much elegant way i believe
the other way is to use GEN , if u will look at the gen help tab "buffer-and-data" you will see how easy is to setup multispeed playback this way .
window / edit / copy compressed (i bet u did it) ,and paste it onto post/text window or browse for attachment like you did with samples . or clean up your browser if something is wrong i still cant see anything