[ardour-users] Using plugins in ardour
kah.smith at shaw.ca
Sun Apr 24 11:23:45 PDT 2005
Hi Mark, Mario.
Would it make more sense to bounce the area of the region in question
(without splitting it) and then pop the new bounced region back on top
of the original? It seems to me that would be a little closer to
Cubase's 'process in place'.
On Sun, 2005-04-24 at 10:39 -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
> Your option B would be the standard way to handle this. Whether
> will automate a plugin's bypass I don't know. Possibly not yet.
> Good luck,
> On 4/24/05, Mario Torre <mppr_kris at tiscali.it> wrote:
> > Hi!
> > This is my first message to this list, and I would like to thank who is
> > working in any way (developers/testers/users...) on this great software.
> > I have a question about plugins I was not able to answer by myself: is
> > it possible to use a plugin to alter only a region of a track, without
> > using the plugin send in the mixer?
> > For example, I have the "Magical Singer Creator" plugin, which will let
> > you sing in tune even if you are a dog (great for recording batman - my
> > little dog :) and I would like to use it in short regions, to adjust
> > little errors of the recorded voice track. The only way I found to use
> > this effect is:
> > A - Split the track and use the plugin on the regions that need repair
> > B - Use automation to bypass the plugin in all but the relevant regions
> > I'm using the second choice, but it really sounds to me as an hack...
> > There is a better alternative?
> > Thank you for the answers!
> > Mario
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