Subject: [ecasound] Merging two mono files into one stereo etc.
From: Tobias Galitzien (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Mar 07 2000 - 12:19:02 EET
I think ecasound is very well done software. I am missing some details
but maybe I just did not find them yet. Let me try. I am using ecasound
1. I can divide a stereo sample into two mono samples without problems.
But what can I do to merge them together again into a stereo sample, one
into each channel, e.g. after processing the channels seperately?
2. Is there a general possibility to apply some effect to one channel
only in a stereo sample while leaving the other channel untouched?
3. Can I delete one channel of a stereo sample?
4. Is it possible to somehow put marks into a sample or just see a
continuous display of the actual position in a sample so that I can
write down the number where I want to have a split while I´m listening
to the sample? In the moment I do fiddling with fw, rw, setpos etc. and
that does always get me out of the "flow" somehow. Maybe this could be
an idea for future development: While the sample plays one could press a
key and the actual position is appended into a text file.
5. When I apply the -eca compressor effect (with all parameters set to
the defaults) to a sample and do a ecatools_normalize to this sample
afterwards, the sample clips. Why is that?
Looking forward to your wise answers,
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