Okay how about this. Without using a plug-in I can use Audacity to get the noise profile of the track and then apply noise reduction throughout the entire track right? (Using Effect > Noise Removal.. > Get Noise Profile) Is it possible to create my own plug-in that does this? Or will just using an existing noise reduction plug-in be better.steve wrote:Not specifically, though yes, other noise removal effects will usually work to a greater or lesser extent.
What about silence in between tracks? Would it stop recording and then continue when the music starts again? I wouldn't want that to happen.steve wrote:Audacity has "Sound Activated Recording", which is about as close as Audacity gets to this feature: http://manual.audacityteam.org/o/man/tr ... u.html#sar
So going back to what i think is the flow of this project which is:
1. Auto record
2. Record entire track
3. Perform noise reduction
4. Divide the main track into songs
5. Tag each song with ID3
Which of these can I actually code with Nyquist to do?