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I hope there's a good solution for this! I have a stereo recording of an a cappella SATB piece of mine. It's excellent except for a several-second passage in which I need to change one of the pitches. (They didn't perform it wrong -- I've since changed the pitch in the score.) Info that might help: - group has great intonation and blend, so all pitches in this passage are really spot on; - the pitch in question is G above middle C and I need it to be A above middle C; - this G is the highest pitch in the texture, sung by the sopranos; - it's an all-homophonic passage, and two of the four parts (including the sopranos singing this G) are holding still, chanting the same pitch on several different syllables while the other parts move. Please help me find out if there's a direct software/editing solution (as opposed to, like, "Get a different group to record it"). Thanks, I really appreciate the help!
This may sound like a morbid question, and I apologize if it offends anyone here, but.. we've all seen EKGs and have heard the sounds they make when showing the heartbeat. Does anyone know at what pitch the 'flatline' is at? I've tried googling, but can't find it.