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If you use or have access to a mac, Similarity should be able to help with this. The free version may be sufficient for your needs. From the site: Similarity rapidly scans your music collection and shows all duplicate music files you may have. The comparison powered by "acoustic fingerprint" technology considers the actual contents of files, not ...


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How is your coding? You could put together this functionality using an acoustic fingerprint library such as http://acoustid.org/chromaprint


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You are probably trying to connect passive speakers to line out level outputs, therefore the low acoustic level. What you need is a four channels power amplifier with 4 ohms speakers outputs.


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I've had decent luck experimenting with making a "distant" sound with just processing: A bit of lowpass filter (not too aggressive, but obvious enough) to dull it, and leave other sounds in the mix more prominent. Reverb with a semi-long initial decay and dense reflections. The idea is to suggest that there was plenty of space between the sound and the ...


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I helped answer your last question as well, and nothing is wrong with your setup. I understand your confusion, but take from this that +27dBu definitely does not mean you are outputting +27dB. The dBu numbers correspond to the nominal operating level of your equipment, and in the pro audio world -10dBu devices require more gain to reach the same nominal ...


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Audio files are essentialy arrays (or vectors) of numeric values. If the audio files are uncompressed, the short audio file should exactly match a sequence of values within the long audio file. That means you could use tools like Matlab, Octave, Python (with modules) etc. to read in the audio as an array-like data type and then use provided functions to ...


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You need to use EQ/Equalization on the dry voice and boost resonant frequency with a narrow notch filter. It might match closer if you then apply a basic reverb afterward, but it will take some trial and error. The important thing about modal frequencies is that practically they are just a higher amplitude of that frequency. If you can identify one or two ...


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Great answers so far. I suppose if you have the chance to Worldize it that might be worth a go too!


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Command + Option + Up or Down Arrows will scroll through available mics / channels here. I'm on PT 10.3.5 (OSX)


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