madtheory wrote:Cool! aeon, which is better for this sort of thing- the Yamaha or the EOS Ultra?
aeon wrote:Some later samplers have good tools for achieving artifacts as well. For example, the Yamaha A5000 can sample at 44.1, 22.05, 11.025, or 5.5125 KHz. For the rates lower than 44.1KHz, you have the option of turning the anti-aliasing filter off.
madtheory wrote:Some resampling algorithms will implement a filter, some won't. For example, when Typhoon was upgraded to the 2000 version, they put in a filter for the resampling so it sounded cleaner. I stopped using that feature
madtheory wrote:It was never originally downloadable. I think I might have it, but it's on a floppy with the sampler at a friend's studio so the chances of going to the trouble of copying the floppy etc. are slim, because it's copy protected and needs a DOS utility to make copies. PITA.
madtheory wrote:What you could do is look at some freeware sample editors, surely Audacity has a crappy resampler algo available?
piRoN wrote:Wavosaur gives a large variety of resampling algos, including a "none" option which does nearest-sample conversion. Good fun to run stuff through 3-4 conversions of arbitrary sample rates.
RyanC wrote:madtheory wrote:Some resampling algorithms will implement a filter, some won't. For example, when Typhoon was upgraded to the 2000 version, they put in a filter for the resampling so it sounded cleaner. I stopped using that feature
Does anyone know if the earlier 1.0 version of Typhoon is available to download anywhere?
I've searched high and low, or at least what's seemed like it, and I've not had any success in tracking it down. I prefer low sample rates to lack filtering and would love to have the resampling on the TX16W be filter-free. After resampling a sound in Typhoon 2000, applying Emph+ in an attempt to compensate for the filter can really only go so far. =\
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