OREMO problem.

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    OREMO problem.

    Post by R.K. on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:11 pm

    So I got my new Logitech yesterday.
    But my real problem is that I can't... use OREMO for some reason.
    It's not picking up my voice at all.
    But REAPER and Audacity are for some reason I don't know (and didn't bother to look into).
    I've tried every combination of Audio I/O settings... Like, all of them.
    But I still get nothing.
    Could it be because I have both oremo 2.0-b100204 and oremo 2.0-b09125? Is it a sample rate problem?
    Because like, when it's recording, it gives me a ridiculous negative number...
    like -1481 or something around that area.

    Could anyone please help me with this problem?
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by BlazePyron on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:20 pm

    I thought you were going to use Reaper to record? If Reaper works, I'd use it. Especially if you have a new microphone and want maximum quality.
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by R.K. on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:45 pm

    Well, the thing is...
    I was planning on doing that, but it really wouldn't make a difference since the microphone in question doesn't have too high a quality for OREMO to downsize in the first place. There wouldn't be too much of a difference at all.
    Also, I don't think REAPER has any type of graphical representation of pitch, and I need that since my ears cannot agree with my voice, basically... I'm deaf to how I sound. xD
    The F0 spectrum thing, though, helped me determine whether or not I was in key, and I need that.
    Though the whole, "you can record and REAPER and transfer and check the F0 in OREMO" does sound like a valid option, it's hardly comfortable since that would mean I'd have a lot of samples to re-do.
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by BlazePyron on Tue Oct 05, 2010 5:56 pm

    Ah, I see.

    I'm not sure what your problem is though. Maybe exit Oremo and open it up again and see? Sometimes it would go mute on me too. Otherwise, I have no idea.
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by R.K. on Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:03 pm

    I've done this a few times and I still get nothing. Dx
    I'm wondering if it's just a sample problem...
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by R.K. on Tue Oct 05, 2010 6:09 pm

    Sorry for the double-post...
    But I was right.
    It was a sampling error.
    My speakers were set at 44800 Hz... but the WAV in OREMO is actually supposed to be 44100 Hz... >_> I just changed the speakers to 44100, and now it's working again! :3
    But with that theory, couldn't I be able to possibly make the WAV thingy in OREMO go to 44800 which would increase the quality, or something?
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    Re: OREMO problem.

    Post by Chasing Fireflies on Tue Oct 05, 2010 9:18 pm

    Maybe... But that wouldn't increase the quality, I don't think. Just the frequency of the sound. So you're fine at 44100 Hz. owo

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