Subject: Re: [ecasound] Why don't ecasound include a distrortion effect?
From: Jeremy Hall (email@example.com)
Date: Sun Jun 18 2000 - 23:06:37 EEST
hmm, this shouldn't be too hard, My SOLO-1 card has been doing that quite
nicely as it swaps byteorder upon sending the data back to me. I'm
certain some sort of similar trick could be done to help ya out.
In the new year, Lorenzo Lucchini wrote:
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> I'm new here (read: "lamer" ;). I was wandering why in ecasound there isn't a distortion/overdrive effect. ecasound is really a wonder for me, it allows me to do 4-track recording with (really) real-time effects having just a pair of Sound Blaster cards. But without distortion, I can't use it to its maximum when I use it to record or play my guitar. Anyone knows wether a distortion effect is planned for some version of ecasound, or has anyone made some hacking to the source in order to implement it?
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