[Ardour-Users] Plugin help
Henry W. Peters
hwpeters at jamadots.com
Wed Dec 23 11:20:43 PST 2009
Thanks Klaumi! & there they were... (-minus pop filters :) ). I became
the human pop filter... zoom in, delete! Fortunately, the worst pops, in
this case, were in quiet zones... that had relatively consistent ambient
sound (decaying harmonics). I looked around on the web for some such
programs for linux, but didn't find any.
Any one here has any suggestions, or what ever in this regard, would be
more than appreciated... I guess, as seems often the case, we Linux
users have to learn to wing it...
Klaumi Klingsporn wrote:
> Am / On Wed, 23 Dec 2009 12:08:13 -0500
> schrieb "Henry W. Peters" <hwpeters at jamadots.com>:
>> like to start out with a "pop" filter (right, pop
>> as in crackle from surface noise from analogue disk recordings). I am
>> supposed to have installed some LADSPA plug-ins, but see no place in
>> Ardour where they are plugged in & available
> In the mixer strips, obove of the mute- and solo-buttons, there is a
> big black field. Right-click on it and choose "Insert plugin".
> When inserted, the name of the plugin is shown in the black field.
> Dobble-click on it will let you adjust parameters.
> But no idea what plugin to use for removing of venyl-crackles ;-)
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