reply to post by lazernation
Yes, in multiple ways depending on your sound source (Audio, Softsampler with instrument loaded, or a softsynth or hardware synth), all are tunable
within the various options/menus for that thing.
It would help to know the tuning of the sound/music you were altering too, so you can do the math and tune it to A=432. Dont assume that because this
guy says so, all music is A=440 (its not.
Also if you use Logic, why bother with Garageband ?
edit on 4-1-2014 by Tidnabnilims because: Even the raw sequenced MIDI can be transposed
which is a very coarse 'tuning' if you like, effectiveness would depend on what sequencer you use
OT -: Bunkum mate, 432Hz is a very audible frequency, if it was the 'sound of the universe' you would hear it everywhere all the time, its also a very
muddy frequency and clashes with a great deal of other sound in the world, it would be like having a pan on your head that just keeps resonating,
PS -: As many people have said music is tuned very differently across bands, individuals and the world in general, kinda puts the nails in the 'global
music conspiracy to make us crazy' thing.
edit on 4-1-2014 by Tidnabnilims because: HINT - : If you dont like crap music, dont listen to it, its in your power !!
on 4-1-2014 by Tidnabnilims because: Trolling
Also the digital cant be analog accurate thing, it can be extremely accurate (192kHz, 32bit float) and beyond the scope of human hearing to determine
Stop listening to overcompressed mp3s, and please stop posting heavily compressed and artifacted videos from freaking Youtube for sound comparison,
its pointless, they are so far removed from the source by the Youtube process as to be worthless.
edit on 4-1-2014 by Tidnabnilims because: