Subject: Re: [ecasound] mixing
From: lee johnson (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 18:56:23 EEST
unless i'm missing the boat on what you attempting to do you need
multi-track editing software which makes what you're trying to do
simplistic..you just mix it all together with the effects you want and dump
out to single wav file for usage wherever you want..and of course you can
creat tinier mp3 or .ra ( realaudio) file.....
does that help? :)
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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