Introduction “Assertions” (or simply “Asserts” are commonly used in many programming languages to help developers read and understand code, and to help to detect possible defects (bugs). An assert is usually a predicate that tests a variable in the program and returns a boolean (true / false) value. In common English, it is like saying: … Continue reading Assertions →
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) →
Click below to visit site; SOME NYQUIST PLUG-IN POINTERS. By David R. Sky [Update] Due to the sad loss of David R. Sky who passed away on October 4th. 2009, this page is no longer available.
Here we look at conditioning the recorded square wave to make it more “square” using a simple Nyquist script…. We can then modulate this with a high frequency carrier wave which could then be used to drive an IR transmitter from a computer sound card […]
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 →