Ok so, as the title states, something really weird is happening to me. Basically I wanted to hear what the Csound manual example for
nreverb sounds like so I went to
Program Files/Csound6_x64/doc/manual/examples/ (I use Windows).
I listened to the example by opening a CMD terminal from that directory, and running
csound nreverb.csd -odac. Sounds good. So I want to open it in Cabbage for some reason, so I find the text file (
nreverb.csd) and open it with Cabbage.
When I hit play in Cabbage, I get the exact same audio sound but at a higher pitch and faster! It’s a small interval, and I’d almost say it may compare to the interval that you get when there’s a mismatch between 44100 and 48000 Hz.
I cannot explain it. Definitely the same file. Very simple code. The frequency of the oscillator is hard-coded as a constant. You can see the text of the example in the Csound manual. It’s just a series of sine-wave tones sent through the
nreverb opcode. I tried turning off the
nreverb and the incogruity is still there, just without reverb. I tried changing
sr in the file - result doesn’t change. I would have tried to change the sample rate in Cabbage>Edit>Settings but the only option available is 48000.