Creating a Cassette Converter plug-in

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Re: Creating a Cassette Converter plug-in

Post by imnabeeltrick » Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:15 am

Hey guys, is it at all possible to set default values to sound finder and noise reduction? This is so that if I were to say give someone else for example my soundfinder.ny file, they don't have to set up the values when they add it to a chain.

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Re: Creating a Cassette Converter plug-in

Post by steve » Tue Jan 27, 2015 6:19 am

Sound Finder is a Nyquist plugin, so you can edit the default values of the controls by editing the .NY file in a plain text editor.
More information about Nyquist plugins here: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Nyqui ... _Reference

The default settings for Noise Reduction are stored in the audacity.cfg file. However, Noise Reduction still requires that you create a noise profile.
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Re: Creating a Cassette Converter plug-in

Post by voquang98760 » Wed Apr 08, 2015 4:50 am

Hey guys,

So I got the green light from my supervisor to use AutoIt or AutoHotkey. Do you guys have any suggestions on how I could make it work using them?
I did tell him that my only other option is to do a standalone program but since I only have about 9 weeks left till deadline I don't think I could make it in time..

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