Thanks, got it.
markh1289 wrote:... which doesn't seem like a very official place to get it from.
Most Nyquist plug-ins are user contributions. Other than the ones that are shipped with Audacity they should be thought of as "third party".
Most plug-ins are initially posted to this forum so that they can be tested and reviewed by other users. I cannot over-emphasise how important user feedback is, not only does it help to fix bugs but it also provides vital feedback for plug-in authors about how well their plug-ins work in practice. Sadly there is relatively little user feedback, which slows down the progression of plug-ins to the next stage....
After plug-ins have been thoroughly tested, and if necessary fixed or refined, they may be uploaded to the Audacity wiki. The wiki is about as "official" as plug-ins get, though they are still really "third party" plug-ins. The main wiki page for plug-ins is here: http://wiki.audacityteam.org/wiki/Downl ... t_Plug-ins
markh1289 wrote:I tried this with default settings on a selection of a 10 seconds selection of a longer mp3. It severely distorted the time domain - it played back super slow for the selected section. Anyone else had this problem?
I can't reproduce that problem.
Could you try this as a test:
1) Open Audacity
2) Generate a click track with the default settings (Generate menu: Click Track -> Tempo 120, 4 beats, 16 bars).
3) Create a new track (Tracks menu)
4) Generate a "Chirp" with the default settings (Generate menu: Chirp -> Frequency 440 / 1320, Amplitude 0.8 / 0.1 Duration 30 seconds.
to select all.
6) Apply the AGC effect.
With the default settings in AGC you should see that the amplitude of the Chirp is substantially evened out so that the right end of the tone is almost the same amplitude as the left end. The Click track should be almost unchanged. The click tempo should be exactly the same as before.
Does that work for you?
If not, what happens?
If that does work, then what do I need to do different to reproduce the problem?