Link to the AudioSculpt Documentation
Link to frequency to pitch conversion (scroll down to "Frequency to musical note converter")
Main functions seen in class:
Sonogram Settings (in the "Analysis" menu)
Sonogram Display (in the "Windows" menu)
Tuning Fork Tool
Realtime Processing Settings ("Processing" menu) --VERY IMPORTANT!!!
These settings affect how things will sound when you click on the SVP button to play back your filtering or treatments. Copy the settings below, HOWEVER, in the "Envelop Preservation" section, try both the "LPC" and "True Envelop" options, as these may have pretty different results.
NOTE: to only keep the transients (i.e., attacks), the "Min Interval", "Transient Amplification", "Sinusoidal Remix Factor", "Noise Remix Factor", and "Transient Decay" are the most important.
Experiment with the processing in the "Treatments" menu. Some, like "Transposition" will have a BPF editor (a.k.a automation) that will appear on the Sonogram Display.
Once you're happy with your treatments, go to the "Processing" menu and choose "Process Treatments". The setting you've entered in the "Realtime Processing Settings" will automatically transfer over. Click "Process" and choose a location to save the resulting file, which will automatically open in a new Audiosculpt window.
on the Sonogram Display.
Processing Menu ("Source Filter Synthesis", "Noise Removal", etc.)
To use any of the more advanced features in the "Processing" menu, see the AudioSculpt documentation.