* Generating tones with alternating frequencies
@ 2020-05-04 13:28 Albert Berger
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From: Albert Berger @ 2020-05-04 13:28 UTC (permalink / raw)
first I'd like to use the occasion and thank the programmers, who is
developing Sox, for their amazing work!
And here is my question.
Sox allows one to generate a tone whose frequency changes from freq1 to freq2:
play -n synth 4 sine 200-400
If one needs the tone to oscillate between these frequencies, this can be
achieved e.g. with the following:
play -n synth 4 sine 200:400 sine 400:200 delay 0 4 remix 1,2 1,2 repeat 999
The tone will oscillate between 200 and 400 Hz with the 4 second period.
With even more trickery one can achieve that several tones simultaneously
oscillate between different frequencies with *different* periods. That is
one tone alternates between frequencies more faster than another.
What I cannot figure out how to achieve (and this is my question) is the
is it possible with Sox to generate a stream where several tones oscillate
between different frequencies with different periods **and** these periods
are themselves oscillate (that is for each tone the speed of alternating
between frequencies constantly changes back and forth between some given
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