Chris Pressey wrote:

On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:25:20 -0500
Philippe Vachon <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

As I said before, the sound is compressed -- not in the data sense,
but rather in the analogue sense where the wavelength of a waveform decreases, as does the period. I appologize if I had confused you, but
I'm not a Software Engineer -- merely a lowly Electrical Engineering Student. :)

Off topic, but in hopes of clearing up the terminology at least, this is what "compressed" means for audio engineers:

I doubt you're experiencing this... I think you mean your audio is
simply sped up?

At the risk of going far enough OT to be banned, there are two types of audio compression. One is amplitude adjustment, as it were, and another is "time compression" (yes, check out some multitracking software), so it's possible to use the term in the sense he's using it, but it's a tad, what, {arcane<?>} unless you're producing hip-hop records....

Maybe we should recommend getting
a slower processor? :D :D

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