Am 07.02.2011 06:54, schrieb Bearcat M. Şandor:
While Ardour may not be the typical Waveeditor for Soundeffects it still
offers the most advanced features for such tasks:
1.) completely realtime -- adjust the parameters of effect-software
while you actually listening to what you do.
2.) non-destructive, sample-accurate editing
3.) complete automatisation -- draw a curve to change parameters in
effects and filters in the timeline.
4.) acceptable offline time-streching.
5.) complete Jack-integration -- not satisfied with what you can do with
you chair-sqeak using plug ins? Send the output of Ardour to standalone
FX-software like Guitarix or Autotalent and record the results to a new
track in Ardour.
6.) export to professional formats in a professional manner.
The only program I know, that is up to date and can do some stuff not
easily possible with Ardour would be SND. Another very interesting
Application for your Task is Sonic Visualizer.
Combining these 3 should give you access to near-unlimited possibilities
for your task.
> Like taking the sound of a chair squeak
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