It’s incredible that an article can be written about what options are available when XP is dead and buried, with not a single mention of other operating systems, but that is exactly what is happening in much of the mainstream press. I’m not suggesting that the likes of computerweekly are getting backhanders from Microsoft, but … Continue reading Windows XP end of support: What to do next
This was one of my first attempts at modifying a Nyquist plug-in (so please don’t expect good coding style 🙂 Someone asked me about how to fix some badly clipped audio. Repairing clipped audio is bad enough at any time, but in this case the problem was exacerbated because not only were some of the … Continue reading Clipfix mod
A common problem for people that are new to Nyquist is how to modify audio samples, for example, to set certain sample values to zero (silence). The temptation may be to read the audio sample by sample and modify them as necessary. In the vast majority of cases this is NOT the best approach as … Continue reading Silence part of an audio track (part 1)
A newline, also known as a line break or end-of-line (EOL) marker, is a special character or sequence of characters signifying the end of a line of text. The actual codes representing a newline vary across operating systems, which can be a problem when exchanging text files between systems with different newline representations. Windows uses … Continue reading New Line CR+LF
Nyquist contains a function “ENV” (envelope) that is a special form of the pwl (piece-wise linear envelope) which is very useful when synthesizing sounds. There is a good description of the Envelope function and how to use it in the Nyquist manual. It works in a similar manner to the traditional ADSR envelope that is … Continue reading Fix for bug in “Envelope” function.
The Audacity Help forum has recently added a new topic board specifically for Nyquist related posts. http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewforum.php?f=39
This is not a “help site”, though you may find a great deal of useful information here, particularly if you are learning how to write Nyquist plug-ins for Audacity. For help using Audacity, please visit the help pages on the main Audacity web site or look for further resources from the Audacity Resource Centre. There … Continue reading Where can I get Help
Audacity announces the release of version 1.3.9 (beta) The Audacity Team is pleased to announce the release of Audacity 1.3.9 (Beta) for Windows, Mac and Linux/Unix. It contains many bug fixes contributed by our two Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2009 students, and brings us much closer to the goal of a new Stable 2.0 … Continue reading Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2009 completed