From: David Walsh <david@sm...> - 2004-08-31 00:21:27
Sorry David but my suggestions were meant as default starting =
frequencies. I'd still like to be able to change them, and the width.
Keep up the good work. I'm in love with the bouncing balls!
From: David R. Sky [mailto:sky@...]
Sent: Tuesday, 31 August 2004 10:05 AM
Subject: Spam:Re: [Audacity-users] Test multichannel EQ plug-in:: what
do you want to see in it?
On Mon, 30 Aug 2004, Moonie wrote:
> At 04:48 PM 8/30/2004 -0500, you wrote:
> >The biggest problem with equalizer plug-ins in Audacity is that they =
> >in real-time. Having to apply an equalizer setting, listen to it, =
> >apply something slightly different is sub-optimal for most people.
> Definitely. I'd say "sub-optimal" is a polite euphemism; I'd call it
> "hardly useful at all if you can't hear the changes being made while =
> sound is playing", to be frank. I'm not complaining, mind you. I'm =
> giving my opinion. EQ needs to be live, if at all possible.
*laughing* I've been finding that out! But at least I've figured out =
the band frequencies and width do not need to be changed by the user, so
that's two-thirds of the settings that can be SWEPT AWAY thank god! It's
simple on the programming end but a lot of work on the user end!
Thanks Graham and David for frequency suggestions. Thirty channels???
In stereo? *chuckling* That is okay in real time but as Moonie and =
else said, f******* difficult using plug-ins!! Bloody time consuming. =
me I'm not usually this linguistically free-flowing, I've been working =
the computer ad nauseum today.
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From: David R. Sky <sky@wa...> - 2004-08-31 03:42:30
On Tue, 31 Aug 2004, David Walsh wrote:
> Sorry David but my suggestions were meant as default starting frequencies. I'd still like to be able to change them, and the width.
> Keep up the good work. I'm in love with the bouncing balls!
Thanks for the good laugh David, I needed it! I'm having troubles
figuring out how to implement more than one EQ band in one plug-in at the
same time at the moment. I can post a more clear single-band EQ plug-in in
the meantime if you wish. The band frequency, width and gain can all be
altered and applied a second and third ... time over the same audio, it
works well, just one band at a time.