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From: felipe (filippo_AT_email.it)
Date: Tue Dec 17 2002 - 14:12:59 EET
First of all a big thank you to Mr Kai Vehmanen and to everyone involved in the ecasound project :-) Your web page is so full of precious links and it's just what I was looking for.
I play guitar and needed a good non-commercial FX processor to turn my PC into a little guitar studio to improve my knowledge of guitar FX and such.
I "apt-got" ecamegapedal and ecasound (debian woody here), I then deinstalled them and downloaded and installed the latest source releases (ecamegapedal-0.3dev1 and ecasound-2.2.0-rc1)... but still I have a problem: Everything works fine except I can't use ecamegapedal as a realtime effects processor! It works totally amazing when I set <Input> to a wav file, but when I choose "arts" as input AND output it does just nothing. My guitar keeps producing the same clean sound no matter which effect I choose.
My soundcard is an OPL3SA2 and it should be full-duplex, as I can hear using software like GNUITAR, ExEf, Stompbox2 ecc ecc. I just wanted to use the superior capabilities of ecasound. Oh and I also tried to test ecasound from the command line with something like:
$: ecasound -i:arts -o:arts -a:felipe -c
That works, although the signal I get is somewhat crappy, delayed and highpitched, maybe there's some argument I could pass to have it adjust the output...
BTW the real important thing to me was to have a good and intuitive guitar-FX-oriented interface to ecasound, and I think ecamegapedal is the way to go. Please could you help me? I'm attaching some output I get when I start ecamegapedal or ecasound.
Best Regards and Keep Up This Good Work!
PS: I also tried other ecasound related software, like tapiir and tkeca... but they look more like mixers and I just want to use the effects processing capabilities of ecasound
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