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Offline xor

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?! Is it possible to translate "440 Hz" sound to "432 Hz" in real time !?

Can the script required for this job be created?


according to this conspiracy theory

this is not just 1-2 music streams!
if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings
this is not a problem that can be overcome with only 1-2 translations!

this problem can only be overcome with a truly real-time frequency converter (or a psychologically personal sound tuning preference).

?! Is it possible to translate "440 Hz" sound to "432 Hz" in real time !?

Can the script required for this job be created?
« Last Edit: July 13, 2020, 09:45:36 PM by xor »

Offline Sashank999

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Hi xor,

Until you get a better answer, try this : `tce-load -wi audacity.tcz`

Watch this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl6sae66oWk

Offline xor

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I know this method.
but this is not a stable solution method

and now even in the post on your link
When adding 432 Hz to the video hosting site
if the system automatically converted it to 440 Hz !!!

(unknowingly; even in a standard live broadcast, instead of 432 Hz
if you unwittingly listen to 440 Hz. )

The only permanent solution is real-time translation !!!

Does ALSA drivers offer an alternative way!


by the way, this issue has been viewed a million times :)
at least in terms of SEO
it's nice to have this topic covered in the TCL forum
 
if it solves this problem;
"linux solves with real-time translation"
saying, searchers from the search engine will at least read the discussion of producing solutions on this page :)

frankly let alone recognition of TCL
A code needs to be created to solve this 440Hz problem.

as a result  ; it's a fact, or not
at least this is a freedom of personal choice :)


Hi xor,

Until you get a better answer, try this : `tce-load -wi audacity.tcz`

Watch this : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dl6sae66oWk
« Last Edit: July 13, 2020, 09:56:37 PM by xor »

Offline xor

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when "432" searches "Play" in the search engine; a few suggestions are coming.
but I think these are only players that have produced EQ solutions

I'm looking for something that can be used for games, voice speech, and live streaming.

Offline Rich

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Hi xor
... according to this conspiracy theory

this is not just 1-2 music streams!
if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings
this is not a problem that can be overcome with only 1-2 translations! ...
Moved to Off-Topic due to the subject matter (conspiracy theories).

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... this problem can only be overcome with a truly real-time frequency converter (or a psychologically personal sound tuning preference). ...
The "problem" you described (if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings) sounds like
paranoia which can only be overcome with good psychological help.

Regardless of which "432" conspiracy theory you are referring to, you might want to read this:
https://ask.audio/articles/music-theory-432-hz-tuning-separating-fact-from-fiction

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thanks for the scientific preliminary studies.

but ; by looking at the visual shapes formed on the water and sand
It is clear which frequency value can cause perceptual imbalances and chaotic perceptions!

not what is real!
at which point we can realize our computer preferences.
the data processing power we have
If it can attract 440 hz frequency generation to 432 hz
it means that we can really use the system we have.

or we may have accepted the standards that monopolies set before us.

it's just a little bit of technical knowledge and freedom of choice


Hi xor
... according to this conspiracy theory

this is not just 1-2 music streams!
if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings
this is not a problem that can be overcome with only 1-2 translations! ...
Moved to Off-Topic due to the subject matter (conspiracy theories).

Quote
... this problem can only be overcome with a truly real-time frequency converter (or a psychologically personal sound tuning preference). ...
The "problem" you described (if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings) sounds like
paranoia which can only be overcome with good psychological help.

Regardless of which "432" conspiracy theory you are referring to, you might want to read this:
https://ask.audio/articles/music-theory-432-hz-tuning-separating-fact-from-fiction

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?! Is it possible to translate "440 Hz" sound to "432 Hz" in real time !?

Can the script required for this job be created?


according to this conspiracy theory

this is not just 1-2 music streams!
if he thinks something has been processed into all existing sound recordings
this is not a problem that can be overcome with only 1-2 translations!

this problem can only be overcome with a truly real-time frequency converter (or a psychologically personal sound tuning preference).

?! Is it possible to translate "440 Hz" sound to "432 Hz" in real time !?

Can the script required for this job be created?


Just to clarify, do you mean that you want a software/script that automatically convert **ALL** sounds to 432 Hz(for example automatically converting youtube livestreams, spotify sounds etc)?

Or do you just want to auto convert your audio files that you already downloaded?

Offline xor

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Option 1 yes :)

for real-time applications

Could it be a bit difficult to have real time for PC games !?
if the sound cards are considered to have real time echo effect
this should not be a problem.

and for live broadcasts like youtube



Just to clarify, do you mean that you want a software/script that automatically convert **ALL** sounds to 432 Hz(for example automatically converting youtube livestreams, spotify sounds etc)?

Or do you just want to auto convert your audio files that you already downloaded?