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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

thomas delbert wilkinson 038 henday lister hall university of alberta
If god were perfect, why did He create discontinuous functions?

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