HOW TO PUT A VOICE TRACK "ENCODED" INSIDE A FRECUENCY???

Ram-Barg wrote on 1/7/2021, 5:32 PM

I have two tracks : one whit voice recorded on it, and the other file is a 7.83hz sine wave frequency.

I want to put the voice track INSIDE THE FREQUENCY OF 7.83 Hz, can this be achieved in SoundForge 14?

Do I need an audio plugin to do this??

I have no idea how this process is called, and don't know how to do it.

Comments

rraud wrote on 1/7/2021, 6:12 PM

Are you stating you wish to "mix" in the 7.83 Hz sine wave with the existing voice track? (An old-school term would be the 'sound-on-sound' process).
If that is the case:
Select and Copy the sine wave data. Put the cursor at the head of the voice track (or wherever you want the tone to start), go to "Edit> Paste Special", and choose "Mix" . The mix window will have two volume faders, one for the 'Source' (copied sine wave), the other for 'Destination' (existing voice track) file. Choose OK to execute.
FWIW, there are two shortcuts to 'Mix' copied data, as well; Right-click the cursor at the desired position on the timeline and choose 'Mix'.. or.. Ctrl+M on your keyboard.
PS: You want both the voice and sine wave data the same sample rate and bit depth.

btw, welcome to the Magix Sound Forge users forum @Ram-Barg.