Gale,Thanks for that explanation, I especially like you're idea of applying the reverb to a wet track and mixing the two. That's what I'm going to do here, and I'll add another track with delay on it as well. Is there a limit to the number of tracks in any single project?
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| From "Cliff Self" <cliff@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> | Sat, 12 Jan 2013 14:46:55 -0800 | Subject: [audacity4blind] Anwida softUsing the Anwida Soft Light reverb, is there a way to adjust the dryness or wetness of the preset reverbs? I notice the load and save buttons, which suggest to me there must be some way to make adjustments to the presets. Or is that only in the paid version?Does the "Mix" parameter affect this? If so the sighted user would toggle "Select" until "Mix" was bolded, then turn the "Value" knob to adjust the "Mix" value. Otherwise I would have suggested saving a preset, then open its saved XML file in a text editor, edit the "Mix" value and save. If you then load that edited preset back into Anwida I would have expected Anwida to display the changed value, however it doesn't. Also if you change the preset values in the Anwida interface and save the changed preset, Anwida seems to remember the new values in that session. But as soon as you restart Audacity, Anwida uses its default values for that preset despite the saved XML file contains different values. So Audacity just isn't reading the presets file at all. I'll see what I can find out about that. Meantime you could duplicate the track you want to process, apply Anwida to one of the tracks, then adjust the gain sliders downwards on each track to adjust the balance between the dry (unprocessed) track and the wet (processed) one. Gale The audacity4blind web site is at //www.freelists.org/webpage/audacity4blind Subscribe and unsubscribe information, message archives, Audacity keyboard commands, and more... To unsubscribe from audacity4blind, send an email to audacity4blind-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with subject line unsubscribe
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