Paulstretch has become even more stretchie

February 12, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized 

Developer Paul Nasca has released an updated version of Paul’s Extreme Sound Stretch, or Paulstretch, a program for stretching audio.

It is suitable for extreme sound stretching of audio and for applying special effects by “spectral smoothing” the sounds. It can transform any sound/music to a texture.

Version 2.1 is even more extreme and stretchier, and it can stretch your audio file up to one quintillion times ( 10^18 x ).

New in Paulstretch 2.1:

  • Added loading/saving parameters.
  • Added Linux Jack support.
  • Added “Symmetric” mode of Binaural Beats.
  • Support for longer stretches – for the really patient ones – up to one quintillion times ( 10^18 x ).
  • Fixed a bug which produced infinite loop at the end of some mp3 files (at playing or render).
  • Fixed a bug in the mp3 reader.
  • Other minor additions.

Paulstretch is open source software released under a General Public License (GPL2).

A Windows binary is available to download at Nasca’s site. The Mac version is maintained separately, here.

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