- I’m on Windows 10. I’ve downloaded the Lisp De-esser plug-in and put the Lisp.dll (32-bit) file from the VST2 folder in my Audacity plug-ins folder. It shows up in Add-Remove Plug-ins, but when I go to enable and click OK, I get “… failed to register. Could not load the library.” Am I missing a step here?
- I’ve tried over and over to enable Audacity’s built-in De-esser (Audacity V 3.1.3),but every time I click “enable,” it defaults back to disable, which is why I’ve been looking for a plug-in. I had downloaded the Audacity De-esser for a previous version and it worked great, but now that it’s built-in, I can’t seem to find the plug-in. I’d really appreciate your help on both of these issues. Please answer in accessible language. I like technology but I’m not incredibly teck savvy. Thanks
The latest version of Audacity is available in 64-bit & 32-bit.
32-bit plugins can only run on the 32-bit version of Audacity.
[ IIRC Lisp De-esser is only available in 32-bit ].
T-de-esser-plus is a free alternative to LISP & is available in 32 & 64 bit versions.
Try this variant : “desibilator” plugin … https://forum.audacityteam.org/t/updated-de-clicker-and-new-de-esser-for-speech/34283/199
Thank you for your speedy reply. I downloaded desibilator.ny and it was immediately recognized and enabled!