[LAU] looking for command-line/scriptable mastering software

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Date: Thursday, November 22, 2012 - 1:00 am

Peter Lutek wrote:

Hi Peter, source code doesn't appear to be available, nor plugin
(LADSPA/LV2) support...

(I'm a Free Software supporter and refuse to rely on software I
can't inspect or improve)

Hi Eric,

Feel free to email me. Currently in Mixer4 there is a trim feature
to remove time off the beginning and and of a track. All automation
times stay relative to the untrimmed track as you'd expect. I've been
wanting to add a feature to extract audio from within very large
soundfiles. This should not be hard to do and if it would be helpful to
you I could work on it very soon. The program started out without
effects, but I quickly became excited about coding them and I am very
happy with them. They are all 64 bit double precision. As mentioned
the software is not open source, but is as bug free and professional as
I can make it. Cheers. Grekim
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