On Nov 26, 2005, at 11:58 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
> What is the difference between "Mix" and "Mix and render" commands?
"Mix and Render" is the new name for what was formerly called "Quick =20
Mix". The name "Quick Mix" is historical - the function has always =20
done more or less the same thing, but originally the only thing it =20
was useful for was mixing, and there was originally supposed to be =20
"Smart Mix" to go with it (I never got around to it). Now that same =20
function is useful not only for mixing tracks, but also for rendering =20=
envelope edits, panning, and/or amplification, plus combining =20
multiple clips in the same track into one continuous clip. So "Mix =20
and Render" is a more appropriate name.
It's sort of the analogue of "Flatten" in The Gimp.
If the word "Mix" appears in strings to translate, it is probably for =20=
a dialog box somewhere.
> Also, where should I look for click remover plugin in GUI?
I'm not aware of a working click remover. I started one but never =20
finished it. Monty has some better code I'm hoping to incorporate at =20=
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From: Vaughan Johnson <vaughan@au...> - 2005-11-27 19:44:44
Dominic Mazzoni wrote:
> On Nov 26, 2005, at 11:58 PM, Alexandre Prokoudine wrote:
>> Also, where should I look for click remover plugin in GUI?
> I'm not aware of a working click remover. I started one but never
> finished it. Monty has some better code I'm hoping to incorporate at
> some point...
> - Dominic
There's one in the Effect menu in 1.2.4. I haven't tried it & don't know
if it works, but it's there (audacity\src\effects\ClickRemoval.*), by
It's not in 1.3.0 or HEAD. Port it before releasing 1.3.0?
From: Richard Ash <richard@au...> - 2005-11-27 22:58:00
On Sun, 2005-11-27 at 11:41 -0800, Vaughan Johnson wrote:
> There's one in the Effect menu in 1.2.4. I haven't tried it & don't know
> if it works, but it's there (audacity\src\effects\ClickRemoval.*), by
> Craig DeForest.
> It's not in 1.3.0 or HEAD. Port it before releasing 1.3.0?
it was posted as a 1.2 branch patch to the list on the 15th of March,
was tested and seemed to work OK (various feedback on the list, but no
No-one actually committed it so anywhere, so I included it in my 1.2.4
patch set that eventually went into 1.2.4 CVS, hence why it's not in 1.3
I think it works pretty well (i.e. doesn't damage the audio, and gets
most of the big clicks), hence why I pushed it into 1.2.4
It don't think it's critical for 1.3.0 release, it could quite happily
go in head so it gets into the next (1.3.1) release, hopefully with tidy
ups like persistent parameters and deriving from SimpleEffectMono