[linux-audio-user] spectral correction

joke at apo33.org joke at apo33.org
Tue Jan 4 11:21:47 EST 2005


thanks Jan,
I know jamin for live mastering, but my ideas is to use a non-realtime spectral
analyzer/correction, it's like freqTweak, a sort of eq cut as precise with a
spectral graphical view, but you use it as a sound editor (rezound, snd,
audacity) it's like if you use gimp for sound to correct in the spectre of the
sound...

julien

> Try JAMin - http://jamin.sourceforge.net.
> 
> Jan
> 
> 
> On Mon, 2005-01-03 at 02:31, joke wrote:
> > Hello & Happy new year!
> > 
> > I am actually working on a master with the trio Ardour-Audacity-Rezound, 
> > It works fine as usual!
> > 
> > The master is good, but there is some artefact I want to erase in the 
> > spectre itself without losing too much of it. I mean without erase some 
> > frequencies in the spectre. But I would like to erase just the little 
> > artefact, working if possible on the graphic itself - the spectral 
> > representation.
> > 
> > Do you know a free software which could do this kind of job?
> > 
> > Thanks a lot for you answer
> > 
> > cheers
> > 
> > Julien
> 
> 





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