Joined: 19 Nov 2006
Location: Canberra, Australia
|Posted: Tue Oct 28, 2008 9:53 pm Post subject: Problem with new plugin
|I've just discovered a plugin which permits spectrum editing of the waveform: Spectro from Stillwell Audio (http://www.stillwellaudio.com/?page_id=32). Exciting and potentially very useful. I've tried Pristine Sounds to do spectrum editing and it's slow, imprecise and works in a tiny little non-resizable window (a real problem with large monitors).
I downloaded the trial version of Spectro, both VST and AU flavours. When either is invoked it appears in the usual plugin window, but does nothing. I got this info from the writer:
|Spectro depends on getting timeline information from the host ... I haven't tried Amadeus, but I know that some audio editors (for example Wavosaur, and older versions of Audition) don't send timeline information to plugins, so Spectro can't draw anything (because even if you did draw a region, there's no way for Spectro to know when to apply that region). It's likely that's the problem with Amadeus too. |
Would it be possible to modify Amadeus so that it can use Spectro?