inserts the audio signal new at time t.
inserts the same audio at multiple positions.
inserts multiple audio signals at different positions.
- AudioInsert can be used to insert one or multiple audio signals into an existing audio object at various times.
- The time t can be any of the following:
|t||time given in seconds|
|Quantity[t,"unit"]||time given in "unit" compatible with seconds|
|Quantity[t,"Samples"]||time given as number of samples|
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Basic Examples (1)
Insert a sinusoid at time 0.5s:
Insert a sinusoid at different times:
Insert a different signal at different times:
Inset a short sinusoid to remark parts of interest in a recording:
View the spectrogram:
Find the intervals with a nonzero amplitude and the fundamental frequency in a specified range:
Insert a sinusoid just before the beginning of the intervals:
Properties & Relations (2)
The duration of the result is equal to the sum of the durations of the input signal and all new signals:
If the input and the new audio have different characteristics, the new audio is modified:
While the duration is maintained, the number of channels and the sample rate are conformed to the input audio:
Possible Issues (1)
Inserting signals at duplicate times inserts sequentially the new audio objects:
Introduced in 2017