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Re: [fluid-dev] LADSPA: Ports and nodes?

From: Garett Shulman
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] LADSPA: Ports and nodes?
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2004 08:33:11 -0700
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Hay Ebrahim, I'm not sure if this will help, but this was a previous
post regarding fluidsynth tuning commands from a file. -Garett

Fluidsynth exits when it finds a EOF, so you have to keep the standard
input open;

try this:
$ (cat filename.sh; cat ) | fluidsynth -m alsa_seq  ~/gerrit.sf2

that will leave the fluidsynth shell ready for inputs after the commands
in filename.sh have been sent to it.

Ebrahim Mayat wrote:

On Apr 1, 2004, at 5:26 PM, address@hidden wrote:

Please let me know, whether it works.

Hi Markus

Here is a simple effects algo which works for me:

> ladspa_clear
> ladspa_declnode D1_delay 1
> ladspa_declnode G1_vol 10
> ladspa_declnode W1_wet 0.5
> ladspa_add delay.so delay_5s Delay <- D1_delay Dry <- W1_wet Input <- in1_R Output -> out1_L > ladspa_add amp.so amp_stereo Gain <- G1_vol Input_(Left) <- in1_L Input_(Right) <- in1_R Output_(Right) -> out1_R Output_(Left) -> out2_L
> ladspa_start
1 audio groups

The effects can be clearly heard when monitoring via a pair of headphones. (If I could transpose the delay, I could get a fugue effect.)

Next question: How do I source scripts of FX-chains that I have written (instead of having to copy and paste line by line into the console)? I tried

> source ~/Desktop/FXalgo

but I hear no effect. I am using tcsh by the way.

Many Thanks.

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