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So I learned Audacity had a vocoder in it the other day.
And I learned how to turn myself geth.
It’s pretty simple to set up with the vocoder tool, it turns out:
1. Set distance to 1.
2. Set vocoder bands to 75.
3. Set amplitude to 0 (unless your voice clip is quiet).
4. Set white noise to 15.
5. Set radar needles to 100.
6. Set radar needle frequency to 50.
Source of this data: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lqPLPIxRWXU
TUTORIAL: Databending images with Audacity
Probably my favourite method of databending images is using a process called sonification, wherein you open the image in a sound editor and mess with it from there before turning it back into an image.
Audacity is a widely-available free sound editor, but databending with it is a LITTLE TRICKY, so I figured I would write a tutorial to explain how to make it work for you. I’ll split it here because I don’t want to make people who aren’t interested have to scroll down forever.
LET ME GIVE Y'ALL A QUICK LESSON IN AUDIO ACQUISITION.
I get a lot of messages asking me if I can put up a download link for such-and-such audio post that I’ve made
And every now and then I’ll do so, but not enough people ever really see it to where I’ll stop being asked about it, and it gets frustrating to have to either keep reuploading to dropbox or whatever or to keep retrieving the link repeatedly
So let me show you guys an easy way to get those pesky audio files yourselves, like big boys and girls. It’s the method I generally use for capturing audio from my speakers for my own editing purposes and it’s served me well.
Commentary on barking dogsChelsea Jones
Tues 1/3/12 (also en el garagio)
Here is a podcast about dogs barking.
It is another example of how cool I actually am.