A couple of new freeware plug-ins have been released.
Sample Delay is an auxiliary plug-in which allows you to delay audio for a specified amount of samples.
Beeper is an auxiliary plug-in which you can use to insert short beeps to the program material. This may help you to protect your work from stealing. It is safe to apply this plug-in to any mission-critical material because plug-in does not perform any processing on the audio between beeps.
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Sample Delay in particular is going to be massively useful as I have a series of Bass Cab impulses that sound superb, but need a 128 sample delay inserted.
The Beeper will be great on Client approval discs for our DVD-A titles too.
It will render the disc useless for manufacturing purposes but serve perfectly for getting client approval on navugational issues etc.
PS - When do you ever actually sleep??
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DVD-A, DVD-V Authoring
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Separate controls for each channel in stereo is nice to experiment with the Haas effect. I used to use the sample delay in logic audio a lot for this. The Haas effect is inside 20ms or so but I personally find it most interesting around 1-3ms which is only like 60-100 samples..
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