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Created February 10, 2013

Coursera-Intro to Dig Snd Design-Feb.2013

This group is for anyone registered in the Coursera course “Introduction to Digital Sound Design” from Jan-Feb, 2013. Participants will post one-minute compositions for listening and voting. Parameters and rules for the composition will be posted on the Coursera.org site on Monday, Feb. 18, 2013.

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peterpozsgai
over 8 years ago

Hi Everybody! Maybe a dummy question but does anybody know how to change the pitch of a wav sample? Time stretching and pitch fo fit work just fine but I can't change the pitch manually.

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OoloO
over 8 years ago

Have fun everyone !

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A man ^
over 8 years ago

just added my track :) Time Limits by A Man, hope you enjoy

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crosse
over 8 years ago

Hi from Spain. I hope you will enjoy as much as I do.

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JStep
over 8 years ago

Just posted my track, Jeric Ordonez - New Generation, check it out and vote if you like it. Really made use of all the great options there are for automation.

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Gehagasc
over 8 years ago

Hello people! I'm already working on my project, I hope everybody would like it. Soon I'll publish it!

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tiagoft
over 8 years ago

My track was inspired on the contrast of happiness and sadness. I hope everyone likes.

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elgie
over 8 years ago

@kt56, it isn't that bad. The use of the donkey sample on reverse was very clever! Still you could add more variety, otherwise it stays too repetitive and even a minute can sound veeery long :)

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hazydave
over 8 years ago

You can save and publish when logged in. But sometimes, the system malfunctions, and you just can't for some reason. That happened to me, after an hour of tweaking my submission. So I just left the browser alone, came back this morning, and I was able to publish and save. Which is good... I had cut one track into hundreds and hundreds of bits, and had no interest in going back and doing that all over.

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kt56
over 8 years ago

I'm afraid I didn't use quite all the parameters suggested, but I found myself getting lost, really having little musicality myself. I decided not to wade in any deeper - and stay in sort of "Rootless Cosmopolitans", "Ordinaires" mode! Anyway, a fun experience, and I'll be back at this site for sure. All you other guys have done great - I'm lovin' all your sounds. Keep playin'!

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