One of the most used effect in music production / sound design / FX is the DELAY.
Many VST delay plugins are available, from very expensive to absolutely free.
Wavosaur can host VST plugins, with his VST rack, and it also can load presets ! single preset FXP or presrt bank (FXB)
We have picked one of the best (and oldest) reverb plugin and made about 10 presets to show all you can do with simple delays : Blue Delay VST !! by Digilogue
BlueDelay VST plugin
Information and download blueline vst pack @ http://www.digilogue.de/download.htm#BlueLine
Download 10 presets for bluedelay ! => https://blog.wavosaur.com/download/BlueDelay-preset bank.fxb
You have some audio recording capable sofwares like Wavosaur or Streamosaur, and you want to record the audio output of your computer.
It is useful when you need to :
Update now !
When a new version of Wavosaur is available for download, many users ask how to update Wavosaur. Wavosaur has no installer, so there is no “uninstaller”. Some users aren’t comfortable with this!
How does it work ? !
Wavosaur is a single executable, if you have wavosaur.exe you got all you need ! Continue reading
Wavosaur, now available in 64 bit
Wavosaur has been updated !
The version 18.104.22.168 is now ready for download :
Wavosaur is now available as 32 bit application AND 64 bit application !
The 64 bit version runs natively on 64 bit Windows system, like Windows 7 and Windows 8, this means Wavosaur can adress more RAM. And of course can run 64 bit VST plugins.
In this 22.214.171.124 version we also fix bug with the VST host, that was causing some plugins to stop working, like the Izotope plugins.
The VST compatibility is improved !
Imagine you’ve just made some recordings using a digital recorder, and when importing the files into an audio editor : the volume is too low ! you can barely hear what have been recorded.
And of course, you can’t re-record with a good level.
This happens too if you get files from someone, and the files were badly recorded.
The level is low, let’s volumize it !
How to get back you recording to the right level with Wavosaur
Easy ! just crank up the volume!
Sometimes it’s just easy as that, but depending on your recording, it can be more complex.
We present four methods, and in which case you may use one method or another : Continue reading
Wavosaur with VST Effect !! Linux !
You are a Wavosaur user and want to use it on Linux ?
You are a Linux user and not satisfied with the free audio editors for Linux ?
You want another free audio editor for Linux ?
You can do it ! don’t hesitate to refer to this post in our Wavosaur forum : http://www.wavosaur.com/forum/ubuntu%20support-t612.html
We have tested with:
You have just recorded vocals, you did not forget the anti-pop filter BUT
some harsh sounds still remain. sss
How to get rid of those annoying sibilances, harsh sound on “s” “ss” “sh” “ch” “z” ?
=> You can edit by hand if you have time, but it can be very tedioussss !
Or you can use a DE-ESSER, for automatically remove those annoying “s” in your vocal.
We have selected 3 FREE VST plugins you can use in Wavosaur or any audio editor or sequencer, that does the job ! let’s go :
DigitalFishPhones SPITFISH VST
download for free ! => http://www.digitalfishphones.com/main.php?item=2&subItem=5
The gool old VST by DigitalFishPhones, it’s dead simple, and nothing prevents you from using two Spitfish in serie. It removes efficiently the “sss” sound.
You already know ascii art
But now you need something funkier : WAV art !
Drawing silhouette with samples is a nice idea.
Not really useful, but everybody loves dinos :
Wavosaurus rex and rexosaurus saur
Yes, these are wav files ! Check this project : http://brianhilmers.com/projects/wav-art/
How to get the radio FM broadcast processing ?
loud & proud
You have music that you want to broadcast, you have set up a web radio, and now you need this “FM radio sound” : loud, clear and powerful.
You can set up a chain of effects to try to achieve this FM radio sound : multiband compressor (s), equalizer, enhancer… Or you can try this “all in one” FREE plugin, intended for FM broadcasting :
Hearing Test with Wavosaur : Can You Hear This?
You want to know how old are your ears ?
The frequency range of the human ear is about from 20 Hz to 20 KHz
And the more you get old, the more you lose your hearing. Continue reading