Subject: Re: [ecasound] various
From: Kai Vehmanen (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Dec 07 2000 - 06:51:19 EET
Better late than never :) ...
On Tue, 22 Aug 2000, Dave Phillips wrote:
> qtecasound -b 256 -t:l -a:1,2,3 -a:all -o:alsa,0,0 \
> -a:1 -i JC-In_A_Landscape.wav -ef3:1000,1.0,1.0 -kos:1,100,3000,0,0 \
> -kx -km:4,0,6,0,0 \
> -a:2 -i JC-She_Is_Asleep.wav -efl:500 -km:1,500,1500,2,0 \
> -a:3 -i JC-2_Pastorales.wav -etr:100,0,65 -km:1,100,500,7,0
> When entered at the prompt it works entirely as it should. However, when
> I open it in the Setup Session editor it looks like this:
> Note that '-kx -km:4,0,6,0,0' has disappeared from a:1. What's up with
> that ? Also, what is the correct syntax for the loop mechanism ? The man
Ok, this is now fixed. You can now save (cs-save, cs-save-as and cs-edit
commands) chainsetups containing -kx options (controllers of controllers).
I made a recursive controller_to_string() implementation, so at least in
theory it should be able to handle even more complicated cases
(controllers of controllers controlling controllers ;)).
PS Just a note to others, if you try the above setup, remember to
fix '-t:l' to its correct form '-tl'.
> Another question: MP3 playback is all wrong, but I suspect I'm the one
> who's all wrong. The files play at double speed (or more), with the
> resulting pitch shift. What am I missing there ?
Uhm, well, did I just a few hours ago write that ecasound's mp3 input
has had some problems. :)
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