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Old 29 May 2004, 11:26   #11
Dr.Venom
 
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Hi,

Thank you Toni and Chipmunk for looking into this issue Too bad the disk pitch change boils down to accoustic sound changes, which will indeed be difficult to emulate. I never realized it would be related to accoustic sound change, but now that you said so I believe that it's a plausible explanation.

Thanks again.

Cheers.


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Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
Pitch probably can't change because distance of tracks stays the same in both ends of disks and stepping speed also stays the same (except if loader wants to be weird..)

Modifying pitch made sound very weird

IMHO the whole sound changes because of changing acoustics (resonances etc..) when the distance between floppy drive's rw-head and other parts of drive/case changes.

Emulating this may be very complex..
 
 
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