Thanks, david. I'll definitely give this a try. Seems like the controls might be the same as in the one I tried, only with different names (the third control there was "speed" or something like that). The Killer Ring Modulator, which is the plugin I was playing around with last night, is supposed to be a really good one; I think it's several years old though so who knows...the man seemed to encourage contact so I'll give that a go as well.
Aren't you the fellow who wrote the Audacity for Jaws guide? Nicely done..I was looking at that over the last couple of days, too.
Quoting David Bailes <david_bailes@xxxxxxxxxxx>:
Hi, there's a ring modulator plug-in which has edit boxes as well as sliders, and it's available at: http://forum.audacityteam.org/download/file.php?id=1631&sid=7c54dec38ee12e8c496af1cb14436e8e The four edit boxes are: - modulation frequency, in hertz - amount, as a percent - waveform: 0 for sine, 1 for triangular, 2 for sawtooth and 3 for pulse - pulse bias, with range -100 to 100there may be other accessible ring modulator plug-ins which other people on thislist are aware of. If you know who wrote the plug-in which you've tried, you could try and contact them and suggest having better increments for the arrow keys and the page up/down keys. best wishes, David. ________________________________ From: JM Casey <crystallogic@xxxxxxxxxxxx> To: audacity4blind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tue, 1 February, 2011 5:44:24 Subject: [audacity4blind] new user of Audacity Hello everyone.I've been tinkering with sound editors for some time, but have always struggledto find ones that will allow for much fine tuning, sselection and easy manipulation without visual assistance. Until recently I was using goldwaveeditor; generally a great programme with some strange quirks. I just decided totry audacity and so far I am pretty impressed. I haven't had much time to play yet but I'm anticipating having considerable success with this software. Welldone, developers! One thing that has struck me is the number of plugins available for studio effects and so on. Most of them have easy to use controls which can be manipulated with sliders or number entry, which I like. I recently got thisKiller Ring MOdulatorplugin because...well, I admit it, I want to create Dalekvoices! I'm finding though that I can't adjust the sliders to fine enoughincrements. There's no field for number entry and the level of "notches" raisedor lowered by each press of the right or left arrow is too high. FOr example, if I want a root pitch of 0.004, the lowest I can get is 0.009, and going up to0.019, etc, all the way to 9999 I believe.Any ideas on how I can fix this? Hopefully I'm being clear enough...I'm stillpretty new to this stuff and have a lot to learn. The audacity4blind website is at http://users.northlc.com/sberry/ 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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