Re: [LAD] ladspa commandline host?

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To: Kaspar Bumke <kaspar.bumke@...>
Cc: <linux-audio-dev@...>
Date: Tuesday, February 14, 2012 - 8:14 am

Hello Kaspar!
With ecasound the -eli option is shorter to type and you get the info with
But an even better commandline host for LADSPA plugins is Nama, Nama is
actually a front end to Ecasound, offering a little more high level comfort.
So it depends on your tasks.
If you do batch processing, stay with Ecasound and go even slimmer and try
applyplugin from the basic ladspa package. If you wish to do some tweaking or
generally would feel more comfortable with an interactive interface, then use
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[LAD] ladspa commandline host?, Kaspar Bumke, (Tue Feb 14, 1:04 am)
Re: [LAD] ladspa commandline host?, michael noble, (Tue Feb 14, 1:55 am)
Re: [LAD] ladspa commandline host?, Kaspar Bumke, (Tue Feb 14, 3:31 am)
Re: [LAD] ladspa commandline host?, Julien Claassen, (Tue Feb 14, 8:14 am)