### Ptich to Time Ratio?

I couldnt find much about this…but:

Is there some kind of relationship between the pitch and time of a loop? What Im trying to do is set a playback speed for a loop. Say 1.5 times faster (increasing the pitch of the loop) and then having a gizmo~ object shift the pitch back down so that the loop will be as close to its original pitch as possible. Is there a relationship between the playback speed and the numbers i send to gizmo~ ? Is there some function or operation to find out this ratio if it exists?

Thanks for any help- or any other tips on how I might go about correcting the pitch of a loop as its playback speed changes.

Hi, look for the transratio abstraction. I’m pretty sure it is hidden

somewhere inside the examples folder. It translates transposition in

terms of MIDI notes up/down to playback rate.

Best,

Trond

if i understand your question, you’re trying to alter playback speed of the

loop without altering the pitch. gizmo will do this for you.

if your playback speed is X, then you should multiply the pitch by 1/X .

the relationship between playback speed and pitch is 1:1, meaning if you

double the playback speed you double the pitch, if you halve the playback

speed you halve the pitch. So if you want to keep the pitch constant while

you double the speed of playback, then you should halve (1/double) the pitch

of the loop after you speed it up.

regards,

George

On Apr 26, 2006, at 8:52 AM, Darek Rossman wrote:

> Is there some kind of relationship between the pitch and time of a

> loop?

The long answer is that it is complex and depends on the amount of

noise versus harmonic content. Try running white noise through your

looper some time and you’ll see what I mean.

The short answer is that the pitch shifting ratio is *usually* close

to the inverse of the playback speed. For example, 0.5x speed and 2x

pitch shift, 2x speed and 0.5x pitch shift.

> Thanks for any help- or any other tips on how I might go about

> correcting the pitch of a loop as its playback speed changes.

You might try a granular solution, such as [gran.groove.file~] from

my GTK. Visit the URL in the signature.

—–

Nathan Wolek

nw@nathanwolek.com

thanks for the help….much appreciated

by the way, thanks a huge amount for the gran toolkit…its exactly what i needed