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thomas delbert wilkinson

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need help on wave quantization
Posted: Dec 6, 1996 1:32 AM
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I'm working on a program that deals with sound samples and I have no
idea how to solve this programming problem:

How do I find the period of a wave that may cross the origin many times
in one period?

I know what the wave function, f, is at any time, t, because I have used
a cubic spline to interpolate the wave.

There are two reasons I need to know this:
1) I want to be able to "tune" the wave to middle C
2) I want to be able to loop a sample without hearing clicks every time
the sample loop.

Please reply in the news

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