Monthly Archives: October 2011

Trimming silence

Something I preliminarily worked on. It needs more work, of course… This could be pretty useful with samples that have gaps in the content that consist only of recording noise or other uninteresting spectra. The inverse operation (trim loud segments/transients) … Continue reading

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HourGlass 0.8.4 released

-Added support for taking in a sound file name from the command line, which allows HourGlass to be used as an external audio editor in other apps like Cockos Reaper. When used in this way the render output file name … Continue reading

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HourGlass as external editor

Jason Brian Merrill asked about this earlier today and I’ve been considering working on it previously too, so here’s something towards that…(click image for animation, DAW shown is of course Cockos Reaper…)

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HourGlass 0.8.3 released

Changes : -Preference option to enable/disable the more free dockable panels layout. (It’s now disabled by default which corresponds to the behavior in 0.8.1 and earlier) -Reverted the envelope editor GUI to be non-dockable, as it probably should be considered … Continue reading

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Threaded offline chain processing

It might not have been a generally obvious problem when dealing with short source files, but with longer files (like several minutes long), the offline processing chain in HourGlass can take quite a lot of time relatively speaking to process. … Continue reading

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HourGlass 0.8.2 released

(The download was momentarily offline as I uploaded a version with a text corrected in the GUI…) Download at http://www.vesanorilo.com/xenakios/HourGlass_0.8.2.zip      

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HourGlass next build?

Hopefully this weekend. There’s some things that need to be worked on first. What’s to be expected in the next build : -Vertical (up/down) zoom and scroll for the envelopes -The Fragment Length parameter can be linked to be a … Continue reading

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