From: Vaughan Johnson <vaughan@au...> - 2007-08-29 19:01:30
First, please keep the discussion on the audacity-users list, rather
than writing me directly. Somebody else might be able to help sooner
than I can, and others can learn from the answers.
The wiki page points you to the VST plug-in version of Anwida Soft DX
Reverb Light. Here's instructions on how to use VST plug-ins in Audacity
(including current limitations in GUI):
Larry Kent wrote:
> Thanks for the tip. Does Anwida DX Reverb lite work like the other
> plugins? I followed the link and it looks like a separate program or
> something. How does it interface with Audacity?
> Thanks again. I LOVE Audacity, and use it ALL the time...just getting
> into adding reverb (in case that wasn't obvious). -LK
> Larry Kent
> Tampa, FL
>> From: Vaughan Johnson <vaughan@...>
>> Reply-To: Discussion list for Audacity users
>> To: Discussion list for Audacity users
>> Subject: Re: [Audacity-users] Reverb - default or "zero" position
>> Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2007 15:54:14 -0700
>> GVerb, I assume? There's no built-in reverb in Audacity. GVerb's not
>> part of the Audacity code, but we have a tutorial about it on the wiki:
>> "http://audacityteam.org/wiki/index.php?title=GVerb";, that also includes
>> a description and link to Anwida Soft DX Reverb Light, which might work
>> better for you. Hope that helps.
>> - Vaughan
>> Larry Kent wrote:
>> > I've had mixed success with applying reverb, whether it be a custom
>> > or a "native" effect. My efforts are sort of hit and miss, and it
>> > help to have a starting point that's closer to "no effect at all,"
>> if that
>> > makes any sense.
>> > I think it would be helpful if someone (the writer of the plug-in
>> > could tell us what slider settings give a "zero reverb added"
>> effect, i.e.,
>> > how do you set the various sliders to create no effect at all?
>> From there I
>> > might have more luck tweaking the sliders. As it is, it seems like
>> > default slider positions add WAY too much reverb (I'm
>> generalizing...not all
>> > of the reverb/echo plugins behave exactly the same).
>> > If the above description makes any sense, can anyone help?
>> > Thanks very much. -LK
>> > Larry Kent
>> > Tampa, FL
>> > LarryKent@...
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