[ardour-users] common plugins?
zach-tro at dsv.su.se
Mon Dec 13 12:52:26 PST 2004
You should have a quick look at:
DJ EQ - simple and nice eq. (or try a single band parametric eq)
Freeverb3 - reverb.
SC4(i think) compressor - use it as plugin or use jamin
Feedback Delay (n seconds)- an ordinary feedback delay
These are my tips. Although my common plugin preferences are often
unorthodox - I like to make strange patches in pure-data that
autonomously alter parameters and change the sound in drastic and noise
producing ways :) - lots of delays with feedback and lossy
To destroy audio in Ardour you could use the Lo-Fi plugin...
If you have a sound and want some kind of "stereo width" you could apply
a very *very* short delay on one chanel and just let the unaltered mono
sound pass by on the other chanel. It's a nice trick...
Now then you don't use a 4 chanel cassette deck you can start to use
Ardours unlimited tracks and unlimited possibilities of sending and
mixing audio streams...
mån 2004-12-13 klockan 14:44 -0500 skrev Brian Seitz:
> I'm a little overwhelmed by the wide variety of plugins available when
> I install Ardour and friends in Debian. I'm coming from a background
> of mostly doing 4 track cassette stuff in a basement. I'm used to
> little multi-effects boxes with reverb, eq, compression, etc. When
> I'm using Ardour these days, I go through the list and pick something
> that looks like what I want. Sometimes I'm right, sometimes I'm not.
> I'd appreciate some recommendations on what plugins people use most
> often. I want to learn through experience how to use a decent subset
> of the available plugins effectively.
> And one additional quesiton: What is the difference between putting
> in a plugin "pre" vs. "post"?
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