where can I get the lookahead_limiter_const_1906.so LADSPA plugin which
Jamin prefers? I thought it was in the SWH plugins package, but it is
not... at least not the ones I can get with Gentoo...
***Jamin error message***
derek 19:42:38> jamin
(c) 2003 J. Depner, S. Harris, J. O'Quin, R. Parker and P. Shirkey
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; see the file COPYING for details.
Registering as jamin
Cannot find plugin 'lookahead_limiter_const_1906.so'
Cannot find preferred limiter, looking for alternative
***Gentoo ebuild version of SWH plugins***
***Searching for "lookahead_limiter"***
root 19:48:10> find / -name "lookahead_limiter*.so" -print
derek holzer ::: http://www.umatic.nl
---Oblique Strategy # 131:
"Question the heroic approach"
CheeseTracker is a mature,versatile and extremely full-featured application
that works as an all-in-one sequencer/sampler/sample editor/fx processor. It
allows for the creation of professional sounding multitrack mixes.
It includes examples and docummentation, as well as on-line help.
It can be obtained at http://cheesetronic.sf.net
Sorry for the delay, even though this was ready some months ago, I didnt have
time to fix up a proper release..
Changes for this version follow:
-New (still scons-based) build system, should be easier to use..
-Fixed OSS detection for REAL
-Disabled RtAudio, must reenable it at least for OSX, but that will be
-All engine converted to floating point, may be a bit slower on pre p4/athlon
computers, though a bit more accurate
-Old FX core deprecated, sorry, this wont load effects on pre-9.9 songs,
though it will keep the routes.
-Added shift-f6, play pattern from cursor
-Added sample-being-played notification in sample screen.
-Fixed wave-loading bug, should work until i get libaudiofile working
-Fixed ugly bug in GXX introduced in 0.9.1
-More resamplers (FM/Cosine/Cubic Spline).
-Doubled filter range.
-Managed to reduce the source file size a bit
-NEW FILTERS!!! rewrote the filters, they are MUCH better now.. choose
-New Effect: Multiband (6/10/21/31) equalizer.
-New effect!: Distortion (with many distortion modes)
-New effect! Pitch Shifter (not amazing, but very tweakeable)
-New effect! Stereo FX (kickass post-production helper)
-New bugs! report them please!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: linux-audio-user-bounces(a)music.columbia.edu [mailto:linux-audio-
> user-bounces(a)music.columbia.edu] On Behalf Of Mark Knecht
> Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 6:45 PM
> Subject: RE: [linux-audio-user] Audacity/Windows/Plugins
> Are you able to load any VSTi's? If so are you able to check that
> they respond to MIDI input?
This appears to be completely outside of the scope of things Audacity
Some of these may be what you are looking for:
Pure Data with the http://www.parasitaere-kapazitaeten.net/ext/vst/
external (I have no idea if it supports VSTi's, I have never really
followed the discussions about it on the pd list)
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Sorry, but a very non-linux question.
I wonder if anyone here can say anyting about how the Windows
version of Audacity works? Is it stable? Does the VST enabler work? Is
it stable? Does it only provide for audio suite/non-realtime operation
on Audacity Audio, or does it allow Audacity to become a VSti platform
of any type?
Thanks in advance,
for those who have not heard it yet, the second international Linux Audio
Conference is taking place at the ZKM Karlsruhe/Germany from 29.4. to
2.5.2004. see http://www.zkm.de/lad/ for details.
we have a number of very interesting presentations, all of which
will be streamed out live, for the unlucky folks who can't be here in
person. additionally, you will be able to download the presentation slides
in advance should you wish to follow a lecture.
there will be feedback channels on IRC, operated by folks who are in the
lecture rooms. they will relay questions from you to the live audience.
if all goes well, webcams will upload still images every 30 seconds to
give you an idea of the ambience and of which slide is currently up.
all important information on streaming relays, downloadable material, irc
channels etc. will be dumped to
this page will be updated very frequently during the next days.
the streams won't be up until tomorrow morning, but the chat rooms are
please forward this mail to any interested people. and no, we do not
fear the slashdot effect :)
I would like to know if anyone knows how I would set up a fluxbox/gentoo
system to stream 96khz wave files to multiple websites, remotely, without
installing too much audio software or hardware - there isn't room for an
actual machine, so I'm wondering if I can set up a computerless Linux
system, ie: just software no, hardware, just gentoo, fluxbox, and the wave
files, that I could hopefully control remotely from my laptop via wireless
ethernet - but again, only wireless ethernet protocol software, not
hardware - can't afford that hardware and Linux is open source so I figured
if I did a totally soft system, had all my waves, and fluxbox and gentoo,
and controlled it via my laptop, then I wouldn't have to buy more hardware
and I wouldn't have to find space for the server, because the server would
be hardwareless - this would make the applications machine independant too I
guess, so I was thinking I might develope using my totally soft linux
system, as well.
Also I can't install fluxbox or gentoo because I want it to run quickly and
quietly in the background, so just a kernel and no x window system, just a
kernel EMULATING an x window system, again, remotely, via the All-Soft
wireless network connection (All-Soft meaning only software, no hardware)
Also, if I could also be pointed toward a way to encode my 96khz wave files
at 92, 89, 43.2 and 5000.66 KhZ that would be great...
a variation on the usb audio interface theme: i recently
tried the emagic emi2|6 on my powerbook (tibook G4,
debian/unstable/2.6.5), with only partial success.
the device is detected, the firmware apparently loaded, and
snd-usb-audio appears to successfully claim the
interface. however, when i try to use it with jack, jack
bails out because it cannot find any usable sample
format. when playing a soundfile with alsaplayer, i just get
noise; sounds like an endianness problem.
sorry, i can't post any output, as i don't have the
interface at hand. i just wondered if someone has a working
configuration for the emi26 on ppc hardware. maybe some
asoundrc magic is enough?