[Ardour-Users] Plugin help
seablaede at gmail.com
Wed Dec 23 20:02:33 PST 2009
Restoration and Noise Removal is one area Linux lacks in
significantly. There are some tools such as Audacity's noise
removal(Not useful in this case from the sounds of it) and GWC, but I
find them to be lagging far behind what is availiable on other
platforms. This isn't meant to be a put down, the other alternatives
have teams of engineers that get paid to work on the DSP full time,
but it does mean that for such work I do turn to other platforms
currently. In my case I use Ardour(And Mixbus) on OS X and utilize
the WaveArts restoration suite plugins in the AU format.
On Wed, Dec 23, 2009 at 5:02 PM, Henry W. Peters <hwpeters at jamadots.com> wrote:
> Hi Lamar,
> I downloaded it & built it from source.
> 1.) Don't pay too much attention to the directions in the "install" file, I
> had to do ./configure, make, (sudo) make install , not just 'make install'
> (other distros do this differently?).
> 2.) I have to figure out how to get it to connect to my sound card, the
> 'hw:0' that jackd uses does not work... I'll see if there is some support at
> the GWC home page.
> But it does look like a useful program... Thanks much for sharing this
> P.s., I also found a link at the GWC home page
> <http://gwc.sourceforge.net/>regarding disc audio analogue/digital
> conversion: <http://www.tappin.me.uk/Linux/audio.html>, in case any here may
> be interested (there were other links too). The person who did this page,
> did not list Ardour as a (potential) audio editing program (that I saw), for
> these kinds of projects... perhaps someone a little more long term
> involvement with Ardour might be able to diplomatically suggest this
> possibility? Well, anyway, just a thought, for what ever it is worth, toward
> all the outreach discussions I have seen on this list (I might do this at
> some point).
> Lamar Owen wrote:
>> On Wednesday 23 December 2009 02:20:43 pm Henry W. Peters wrote:
>>> 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...
>> It's not a plugin, but gwc does do click, pop, and crackle 'work.' YMMV.
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