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Find Label (plug-in)

This plug-in can be helpful in situations where you have a project that has a lot (possibly hundreds) of labels, and you want to locate one specific label quickly by searching for the label text. While it is perfectly possible to scroll through the Label Editor window and look for the label text, the Label … Continue reading Find Label (plug-in)

Ramp Panning

Legacy plug-in by David Sky. Evenly pan your stereo audio, starting at one point in the stereo field and ending at another. -10 corresponds to 100% left, 0 to center and +10 to 100% right. Parameters: Start position: from [where -10 – +10, default -10] End position: from [where -10 – +10, default +10]

Audio Spoilers (“Watermark”)

Personally I have many reservations about adding watermark / spoilers to tracks, though there are a few situations where such techniques may be useful. The basic idea of adding a spoiler to a song is to incorporate additional audio so that the track cannot be easily distributed or used without authorisation, but remains sufficiently intact … Continue reading Audio Spoilers (“Watermark”)

Nyquist Programming – Variables and data types

“Variables” are a fundamental concept in programming. They provide a way to refer to a value, even if the value is not known. For example, if we have some apples, but we don’t know how many apples, we can refer to “the apples” without knowing how many. If we have 5 apples, then “the number … Continue reading Nyquist Programming – Variables and data types