Subject: Re: [ecasound] mixing
From: Jeremy Hall (jhall@UU.NET)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 14:11:25 EEST
yup, you got it, ewf appears to be the answer. I haven't played around
with it, but .ewf appears to be the way to go.
I'd say use erc to make a mono signal, then use epp to properly pan it
where you want it. I have faith it would work :)
In the new year, Jan Stary wrote:
> Hi guys!
> Would someone answer a newbie's question, please?
> I recorded files bass.wav and guitar.wav, both 16,1,44100.
> Now I want to mix them together into a (new) file song.wav
> (16,2,44100) so that bass.wav starts playing at 0.0sec of song.wav with
> -epp:30 and guitar.wav starts playing at 1.7sec of song.wav, in the left
> ear. It must be a short sequence of ecasound commands, but I couldn't
> manage it (either noise or one of bass/guit silent in song etc.).
> Do I have to convert bass/guit to stereo (-erc:) before I can
> mix it into some file with -epp: effect? It worked OK if I made huge
> (useless?) auxiliary files, but that's probably not the way. Is there
> something like
> ecasound -f:16,1,44100 -i:bass.wav [?-epp:?] -f:16,2,44100 -o song.wav
> [?-y: -epp:?]
> while bass.wav is still mono
> and then something similar with guitar.wav?
> And what if I want to do a similar mixing to an already existing file
> I use v1.6.12r10, SB16 card, on i586 with RedHat 6.1.
> (In 12r10 there is not much use of .ewf which might probably be the
> Thanks a lot!
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