[nama] Re: Where's the numbers?

  • From: Joy Bausch <joybausch@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: nama@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 15:33:03 -0500

Hey S.M.
thanks for your quick reply. I tried what you suggested, in ecasound,
and i get correct entries, with numbers.
So, is it nama? How can i fix it?

Thanks in advance


 2012/3/21, S. Massy <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx>:
> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 02:23:31PM -0500, Joy Bausch wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> this is actually the first time i actively participate in this mailing
>> list. Been using nama for a bit now, and i like it a lot.
> Welcome! Beware, you'll find yourself only more and more hooked as you
> go along!
>> Ok, here's the problem:
>> When i search for effects with the "fe" command, i only get the
>> effects names and additional info displayed, not the respective
>> numbers.
>> Example: I search for "panner". I get:
>> . TAP AutoPanner -el:tap_autopan, Frequency [Hz], Depth [%], Gain [dB]
> That's odd. What if you try this in ecasound itself, like this from the
> prompt:
> $ ecasound -c
> ecasound ('h' for help)> ladspa-register
> You should see entries like this:
> 267. Aliasing
>         -el:alias,'Aliasing level'
> If you don't see numbers there, then it's likely a problem with your
> ecasound version, if you do, then your version of  nama is likely
> responsible.
> Let us know!
> Cheers,
> S.M.

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