and your swh plugins 0.3.3.1, released yesterday (thank you)
Scenario: I highlight a section of sound in sweep, and run the Multiband =
and set the 50HZ shelving at -5 or so db. All the other settings remain a=
0db. After the process, approximately 40% of the waveform is chopped at 0=
The chopping happens no matter which bands I adjust. I've also tried this=
normalized wav files and files at about 50% amplitude. The result always =
large sections of maxed amplitude waveforms.
Any advice appreciated.=20
BTW, sorry about the delay responding - the SouthEast ice storm did a num=
on my internet access.
> ----- Forwarded message from Steve Harris <S.W.Harris@...>
> Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 22:08:03 +0000
> From: Steve Harris <S.W.Harris@...>
> To: Conrad Parker <conrad@...>
> Subject: Re: [sweep-users] multiband EQ (fwd)
> I can't reporoduce this, it appears to work fine on my RTH8 box, have y=
> got any more information?
> - Steve
> On Tue, Dec 03, 2002 at 04:58:17 +1100, Conrad Parker wrote:
> > hey, not sure if you're on sweep-users -- can you answer this?
> > K.
> > ----- Forwarded message from Art <arthur503@...> -----
> > From: Art <arthur503@...>
> > To: sweep-users@...
> > Subject: [sweep-users] multiband EQ
> > Date: Sun, 1 Dec 2002 17:16:25 -0500
> > I'm having trouble getting the Multiband EQ plugin (Steve Harris,
> > plugin.org.uk) to work in Sweep. Almost any setting results in large
> > sections of the waveform being expanded into a clipped waveform.
> > I'm using Sweep under Redhat 8, ALSA sound drivers with open-OSS
> > emulation. Sorry if this is a known problem, or if I should be direct=
> > my question to the plug-in people. I didn't see anything relevant on
> > deja-news. Thanks in advance,
> > Art