Subject: Re: [ecasound] more audio stamp examples
From: Kai Vehmanen (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Dec 18 2000 - 01:15:59 EET
On Thu, 14 Dec 2000, Jeremy Hall wrote:
> transitive attribute (the community) can later be used by other routers in
> the network to perform special actions on this particular prefix. In a
> way, we are colouring routes and potentially could colour traffic.
Ok, when using audio stamps, ecasound doesn't colour or mark the
passing audio. Instead, passing traffic is really duplicated, and stored
in to a different physical location. These locations contain space only for
one audio buffer, so new audio stamps always replace the previous stamp.
> now the eS option seems to mark and copy "special" traffic, that which is
> the result of efl, this traffic is stored in a global buffer available for
> any chain or interface...thus it seems possible to merge two chains, the
> loop object could be modified to use this technology rather than its own
Yes, this is exactly what -eS does. In addition, you can freely choose
the place where audio stamp is taken. So if you put -eS before -efl,
you'll grab the audio before filtering, and similarly, if after -efl,
you capture the filtered audio.
> The ksv I do not understand. Build me a network with it and I'll probably
> get it.
Ok, I'll come back to -ksv in my next message.
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