Tag Archives: Nyquist

Steganography and “Silent Subliminals”

“Steganography” from the Greek stegan├│s (concealed) and graphia (writing), is the practice of hiding information within another message or physical object. It could be described as a form of “hiding in plain sight”. There are several different stenanogrphic techniques relating to audio. This article, and the associated plug-in uses one specific technique called Amplitude Modulation … Continue reading Steganography and “Silent Subliminals”

De-Clicker and De-Esser

The De-Clicker and De-Esser plug-ins are popular with some audiobook authors. The purpose of the De-Clicker is to remove mouth clicks and similar clicky sounds from the recording, while De-Esser is for reducing excessive sibilance (hissy “s” and “shh” sounds). These plug-ins have horrible code and are only available on the understanding that there is … Continue reading De-Clicker and De-Esser

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)

FM Encoder Decoder

This is an experimental “proof of concept” plug-in for FM encoding and decoding. It was written as a bit of fun for the Audacity community – a competition in September 2016 for Audacity users, developers and support crew. The plugin can be download here: Installation Instructions: For the current version of Audacity, please see HERE … Continue reading FM Encoder Decoder