[App] Sound Composer

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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Mgalekgolo » Tue Dec 21, 2010 3:33 pm

Modzy wrote:
Flaming Bunnies wrote:What would be a good program to convert to this format. Audacity?
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So THATS why my protoss were sounding like chipmunks and my song was slow :(
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Modzy » Tue Dec 21, 2010 6:29 pm

nil wrote:He's probably using REAL Studio (funny how they changed the name). NSSound is a useless API anyway, with no support for vorbis files. If Modzy is actually interested, he'd need to find some library that handles ogg vorbis (libogg or libvorbis are the probably obvious C ones), and then get the duration.
It is indeed RB (RS?), and I've looked at some of the documentation for the vorbis format, it'd take me awhile, but I could implement something in RB (RS?!). It'd just be a big pain.

'Course, at that point I might as well just rewrite the thing in Obj-C, which would suit this application better, and wouldn't really be hard.

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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Mgalekgolo » Wed Dec 22, 2010 12:00 pm

heres a thought i had last night:

this app with a built in converter(MP4/mp3 to ogg)
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Smythe » Wed Dec 22, 2010 3:23 pm

Converters aren't that easy to make, that's why there aren't any good free ones.
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Modzy » Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:20 pm

Easter Bunny wrote:Converters aren't that easy to make, that's why there aren't any good free ones.
If i'm wrong, pleast correct me.
Not really hard. You just might run into issues with proprietary stuff.

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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Adfoz42 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 2:27 pm

can i make the sound be under the tag category "lsnd"? (looping sound)
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Sparky » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:24 pm

lsnd is a different tag from snd!, because snd! contains or directly references sound data, while lsnd references only snd! tags and determines how to handle them as if they were a form of loop of some kind. To see the difference, open up bloodgulch.map with Eschaton 0.8.1+ using Sparky's Plugins to view the snd! and lsnd tags.
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by a bullet » Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:06 pm

:x
I followed all the steps correctly. Used Audacity and everything. It imported fine. The sound file is great. HOWEVER, whenever another sound plays at the exact same time as the imported sound, halo crashes. Is there any way to fix this?
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Re: [App] Sound Composer

Post by Darth Vader » Fri Jun 07, 2013 8:34 pm

The first part of the song i put in sounded like the guy was stoned when he sung it with a light echo. The second half was ok. Any idea why this happens? Is there a way to fix?
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