zgmg wrote:Alright... so Zero-Crossings + Mono is the best way to do it?
zgmg wrote:Stereo = 2 channels. Mono = 1 channel. Finding perfect chops is practical in Mono as you are isolating the Zero-Information crossings as chop locations. Using those locations, you can then go back to your Stereo source and make chops using Mono chop locations. Simple as that.
zgmg wrote:Anyway, I'm very happy with this theory and I'm going to use it.
zgmg wrote:All I'm getting at is that if you combine a Stereo sample to Mono, you can better analyze the waveform in one dimension than two, and in doing such...
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