Subject: Re: [ecasound] Installing LADSPA for use with ecasound
From: Roel de Wit (roel_AT_utopiasd.com)
Date: Sat Apr 12 2003 - 12:56:27 EEST
> Ecasound only provides filtering primitives, so it might require some
> tuning to get the results right, but yes, you can do things like:
> ecasound -a:1,2 -i foo.wav -o bar.wav -a:1 -efb:80,160 -ea:100
> By adjusting the last '100' you can control how much emphasis you want.
> Replace bar.wav with /dev/dsp if you want to test in real-time.
> Whether this is good enough depends on your quality requirements.
Hmm this pretty well does the job especially if I add more chains.. Assuming
the following line:
ecasound -c -a:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12 -i test.wav -o
/dev/dsp -a:1 -efb:225,95 -a:2 -efb:160,40 -a:3 -efb
160,40 -a:4 -efb:40,20 -a:5 -efb 40,20 -a:6 -efb:80,40 -a:7 -efb
80,40 -a:8 -efb 80,40 -ea:900
If I'm correct it has 8 'chains' with filter settings and 4 chains with the
original which are mixed together right ? The above is just a random attempt
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