On Sat, Jun 26, 2010 at 5:47 AM, Leonard Ritter wrote:
Given that Rubberband was really the first library available on Linux
without a license that could do high quality timestretching, its not
really suprising that there are not that many apps which support this
(*). "Elastic time" is really a phenomenally complex thing to
implement - I've heard that when it was added to ProTools they
basically had to redesign the entire program and it was probably their
biggest engineering undertaking since starting the project.
(*) yes, there was soundtouch for several years before, but it uses
WSOLA which generates artifacts on a lot more material than RB does.
and yes, there is one proprietary library available too, but without
source and with a license that makes it hard to use on GPL projects.
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