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Question: Are there some "interesting" sound processing algorithms used in Reaper, that do not use FFT? I mean, that directly process the PCM sample data. (An "uninteresting" example I could think of would be phase inversion, where you just have to multiply each sample by -1.)
Asked by Xavier JFS (89.82.152.x) on May 19 2022, 4:02pm
Reply on May 20 2022, 12:44am:
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