Stephen,

The plug-in is a reverb effect that I call "Multiverb". It is based on a model of a simple network of multi-port acoustic elements, including junctions and damped delay lines. It is similar to a FDN reverb. I have tested it with Audacity on both my Linux and Windows PCs and haven't uncovered any new problems lately. I tried to make it "real time safe", but I have no way to test this.

I have the source code on GitHub, so I will see about posting the .dll and .so files there too.

I have a latex/pdf document, but I need to update it with the latest changes. I will post that also.

Warren


On Sun, Jan 26, 2014 at 12:41 PM, Stephen G. Parry <sgparry@mainscreen.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> Is there a designated spot out there where I can upload plug-ins for
> Audacity? I have a .dll file for Windows and a .so and .ttl files for Linux.
>
> Thanks.
>
> Warren
Cool. What does it do?
I don't know of any official repository for plug-ins. However if you
have somewhere to host it (I use the release tab of GitHub) you could
then announce it's availability here.
Stephen Parry


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