A good starting. The “Spin” effect works well.
I have to work with several layers of sound, and pan effects… but I’m sure I’ll reach some interesting result.
Only a note…
I work with Audacity 2.0.2, on Windows XP SP3.
So, since this version of Audacity does not have an importing/enabling manager for Ny effects I saved the file in the correct Audacity folder.
The effect is correctly applyed, but every time I use it I have a “Nysquit” pop-up appearing, asking for something like “Nysquit exit” - Sorry, I run a version in italian, but I believe you got the idea.
XP SP3 is obsolete but we are still aiming to support it for now, so you don’t have to use an obsolete version of Audacity. You can obtain the current 2.1.1 version from http://audacityteam.org/download/windows.
Even with the Plug-in Manager, you still have to put the plugin somewhere that Audacity looks for Nyquist plugins (such as in Audacity’s “Plug-Ins” folder).
Are you using the Debug button? If so, just press “OK”.
Before you go to the expense of buying a new PC , try running a Linux Operating System on your current computer , ( I think you will be pleasantly surprised by the increase in speed compared with Windows XP on the same computer ).
Audacity is available for computers running Linux.
You can still keep the Windows XP on the computer hard-drive , and try a Linux OS via a live CD/DVD/USB.