On 05/20/2012 05:12 PM, Atte André Jensen wrote:
On 2012-05-20 00:21, Jason Jones wrote:I then went to mixbus and found the LinuxDSP suite of LV2 plugins to be exceptional (para-EQ with mult-band compressor). Works like a charm.Ok, so more people use these. Thanks for the info. They are closed source, and commercial right? As I rarely use lv2 I'm not really keen on paying for them for this single project, are there free alternatives (mostly eq, comp and reverb) with gui I should look for? I tried eq10q, but had trouble with the gui, not sure if I'm doing something wrong or there's a bug, wasn't able to dial in anything, the gui seemed unresponsive...
Hello Atte,+1 when it comes to using plug-ins. More flexible, more choice. Short list of open source plug-ins that I use:
EQ: lv2filCompression: Calf, Invada, SC3/4 (LADSPA but afaik the SC4 is also available as an LV2 plug-in)
Reverb: TAL-Reverb, lv2-ir, FreeVerb3, TAP ReverberatorI do have some linuxDSP plug-ins also (mainly EQ and compression) and they are well worth considering, also for any future projects.
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