Subject: Re: [ecasound] .ecs file format?
From: Al Oomens (aloomens_AT_yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Mar 28 2003 - 22:15:32 EET
Ah, OK! I didn't realize that you could save chain
setups from within ecasound. Thanks a bunch! (I've
just printed out the ecasound-iam manual).
--- Julien Patrick Claassen <julien_AT_c-lab.de> wrote:
> Yes, .ecs files are just text. I think you could
> just run ecasound with a
> simple command-line like e.g.:
> ecasound -c -i /dev/dsp -o test.wav
> Then in the iam you can save the chainsetup to a
> file. You can then have
> alook at that file. I only did it once or twice. But
> as I remember it just
> contains the command-lie options neatly written into
> several lines. But you
> may test this with a multi-chain chainsetup.
> For the order of effects: Yes it matters if you
> put the compressor before or
> behind the amp. The order of effects is just taken
> from the command-line as
> you specified it, so you can create different serial
> connections. With
> multiple chains you can do parallel FX-processing.
> I hope that helps a little.
> Kindest regards
> Julien Patrick Claassen
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