I understand what you are saying-I think I have actually tried boosting the highs before using the 612, but it didn't really have much affect. Howeverm just reading that website about the resampling made me try that in SForge. I downsampled to 4khz, then back to 44. Instant chimy aliasing! haha... maybe I don't need a sampler to do this after allnovielo wrote:did you try boosting some frequencies while sampling then cutting them at the back to kind of make some artificialy? got that idea while reading this: http://www.sic.rma.ac.be/~xne/el401/aliasing/
ie: sampling at 4khz. boosting the 4000 hz range to get aliasing at 2000 hz. and at the play back you cut around the 4000 hz but you still have the aliasing at 2000hz. with the ability of the s612 to have a wide variety of sampling rate you could use the aliasing where you need it.
i know i'm hawfully complicated when i start stuff like this...
BUT the only problem was that a lot of little clips seemed to get introduced into the sample, making it fairly unusable... Any ideas how to get around this, or is that distortion just going to happen?
Aeon, you're makin me want one of those! If the A4 is close enough to the A5 in terms of features, I will have to keep an eye out.