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Transister Radio Effect?

Post by xXimmaeatjooXx on Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:00 am

Hello~ Happiness
I was just wondering, Is there any possible way to make a transister radio effect using Audacity?? Confused

Help is always appreciated Happy

If there isn't a way then oh well, da? fishy face

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Re: Transister Radio Effect?

Post by Tempo-Rarely on Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:30 pm

You might want to try using a hi-pass filter and low-pass filter on the audio track.

Old radios could not broadcast high treble and low bass - therefore taking out the higher frequency and lower frequency should get the audio sounding very thin and choppy.

I actually haven't used Audacity for sound processing so I'm hoping simple plug-ins like these are available for you.

Hope it helps

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Re: Transister Radio Effect?

Post by xXimmaeatjooXx on Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:43 pm

Well actually, I wa sortof talking about a...diffrent...kind of effect? I'm sorry i'm not good at explaining things TT_TT something like this:

Fast Forward to About 51 Seconds in

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Re: Transister Radio Effect?

Post by Tempo-Rarely on Tue Mar 01, 2011 2:52 pm

hmm you mean the part at 0:51 right? it sounds just like the effect I was imagining when you said "transistor radio" effect.

He sung it an octave higher and got only the mid-range sounds to cut through.

Again, there are probably other ways to achieve that effect, I think it's relatively straightforward.

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