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

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Date: Thursday, November 22, 2012 - 2:42 pm

Ecasound or Nama may indeed be a better fit for this users project. The
only real disadvantage I can think of in my program is that automation
is currently limited to track and submix volumes, so if you need to
de-ess or kill noise for a few seconds somewhere, you'd have to jump
through a few hoops.

For the record:

1 The delay based panning is quite neat and it obviously only affects
mono tracks. Stereo tracks can be balanced in the traditional way.

2 Not sure what the gripe is about integers. My summing is exact
because of it. The effects are 64 bit double floats.

3 Yes, it is stereo, not surround sound if that's what was meant.

4 The session and audio files can be in a different directory than the
binary.

On 11/22/2012 08:16 AM, Fons Adriaensen wrote:

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Re: [LAU] looking for command-line/scriptable mastering soft..., Grekim, (Thu Nov 22, 2:42 pm)
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