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Topic: Matlab
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Tanner Handa

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Registered: 12/12/12
Re: Matlab
Posted: Dec 12, 2012 11:54 PM
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bartekltg <bartekltg@gmail.com> wrote in message <kablud$ti2$1@node1.news.atman.pl>...
> W dniu 2012-12-13 04:41, Tanner Handa pisze:
>

> >>
> >> OK, I think.
> >> But you can create function to do this:
> >>
> >> a= foo (t, 1.5);
> >> b= foo (t, 2) ;
> >> ...
> >> g= foo(t,5)/1.5;
> >> ...
> >>
> >>

> >> > sound(a, freqsamp) %HA %3
> >> > sound(a, freqsamp) %ppy %3

> >>
> >> And there is very long pause between sounds.
> >> You want to play whole song.
> >>
> >> sound ( [a,a,b,a,f,e,a,a,b,a,g,f], freqsamp );
> >>
> >> But now you haven't any pause. Create short 'pause'
> >> (vector of silent;) I mean zeros) and add between every note.
> >> Better: add this to function foo.
> >>
> >>
> >> bartekltg

> >
> > Im not sure what foo is doing. This isn't working when I try to program
> > this in MATLAB. I believe I understand everything else though.

>
> You must write 'foo' function. Maybe name it 'tune_generator'
> or similar. It takes 'note' - number like 1,2,3.5 or 6
> and return
>
> You wrote " sin( _number_ *pi*220*t) + sin( _number_ *pi*440*t); "
> ten times! It's better to use function than copy&paste code.
> But of course you code will work.
>
>
> So sound( [a,a,b,a,f,e,a,a,b,a,g,f], freqsamp ); and "pause" work
> for you?
>
> bartekltg
>
>

Thank you it's working but how can I pause between two points. Such as between (a,a)



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