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newspapers 12th November 2019 05:19 AM

Can I turn my sample a note or an octave higher?
 
I have one sound sample from a synth which I load into my Ultrabeat. The thing is that this sound is a Fa and I'd like to get all the notes of the octave in that sound. Is it possible to turn my sample a note higher or lower or even an octave?

Noisewagon 12th November 2019 06:21 AM

Yes. Yes you can.


ShadowsOfLife 12th November 2019 06:34 AM

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Originally Posted by newspapers (Post 14317550)
I have one sound sample from a synth which I load into my Ultrabeat. The thing is that this sound is a Fa and I'd like to get all the notes of the octave in that sound. Is it possible to turn my sample a note higher or lower or even an octave?

Keep in mind that it won't sound quite as good as the original sample if you play it back at other frequencies/notes, and the length of the sample will change as you go higher or lower than the original sample frequency/note. Of course, there's no harm in trying, and you might be able to get the results you want with very little effort.

Steve