Hi Chris, I only know about doing this on Linux, so I have posted your question here.ChrisJennings wrote:I'm having so much trouble with this plug-in it's been driving me up the wall. I really could use your help.
As of right now, I cannot get audacity to recognize the plug-in, and I would love to know how to get it to work in audacity. I cannot even get it to show up in the Effects Menu after I’ve recorded something.
Could you be so kind as to inform me of how to set it up in Audacity, start to finish? I read that you’ve successfully done so and would love to do the same. I can run Linux on my computer as well as Windows and I’m more than willing to take all the time in the world to make this work.
Download the source code from http://web.mit.edu/tbaran/www/autotalent.html (Version 0.1, 32-bit Linux: [tar.gz])
Extract the downloaded file to your home directory - you can use a graphical archive manager if you have one installed (Ubuntu has a graphical archive manager installed by default, so just double click on the .tar.gz file and follow the instructions to extract.)
You should now have a folder called "autotalent-0.1_Linux32" containing the pre-built autotalent.so file.
If you have previously installed any ladspa effects (such as the swh-plugins - highly recommended and available in Synaptic) you will have a folder /usr/lib/ladspa/
Simply copy or move the autotalen.so file into that folder.
Restart Audacity (you may first need to log out/log in of your Linux session - I don't remember if this is necessary).
Look in the effects menu and you should now see the Autotalent effect listed.