[Vrstream] tone changes voice pitch
carmonduck at aol.com
Thu Mar 29 05:25:19 EDT 2012
I don't care for the pitch control. Perhaps they could make it so that you cycle between volume, speed, tone, and pitch. I can see where pitch control might be useful but I too prefer the tone control, especially when listening to tape conversions.
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On Mar 28, 2012, at 9:51 PM, "Steve Zielinski" <steveziel at sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> Version 3.46 is using the Victor Reader Stratus algorithm for the pitch, unfortunately. There has been much discussion on this list about the change on how the tone is handled. There has been some talk that Humanware might consider giving stream users the option of having this new algorithm used or the traditional tone algorithm which they've used in the past. We shall see if this option is offered in the future with another update.
> So, put simply, the experience you are having is the way the latest software version of the stream handles the tone control. Humanware has said they have found that some people, with certain hearing issues, actually can hear the sound better with the new pitch control. I'm not fond of it, partly because some low quality podcasts or older nls tape conversions actually sound better if you can actually increase the highs and reduce the lows, which is what happens to the traditional stream tone control. But we shall see what happens with Humanware on this.
> I'm personally keeping the newest version as the other benefits outweigh this unfortunate one, at least for me. This is especially true for the ability to search for music titles in $vrmusic, which I used quite a bit.
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>> I thought the tone would change treble effects, but it actually raises
>> the pitch of the voice. is this what it used to do? Thanks. Kurt
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