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The way I did this was to assign a cc 11 to each volume slider in the multi (the default midi assignment is cc 7). To do that, you open the browse pane in Kontakt, go to the Auto tab, then choose the Midi automation tab. Now drag cc 11 onto each instruments volume slider. If each instrument is on its own midi channel then its volume slider will respond ...
I'm not sure how deep AppleScript support in Logic is, but that would be the first place to check. If AppleScript won't do it, then you might try just directly processing MIDI. If you don't need results in real time, then it is easy. Just code up a MIDI processor using your favorite language and library (easy libraries exist for perl and Python. I suspect ...
I'd take the aux channel route to do this myself. Set up an aux channel with just your filter on it and have it take it's input from an aux buss. Lets say it's Aux Buss 1 as the input. Since there's no wet-dry blend on the filter VST there's no need to set it to 100% wet. On the channel you want to filter for a short period of time, add a pre-fader send to ...
For starters, I don't recommend using Sound Forge to do what you are attempting. Compared to other DAWs, it is limited. What I would do if possible is to have the volume change be gradual instead of instantaneous. In every other DAW this is done by applying an automation or envelope to the gain/volume with either a curve or a simple straight line which ...
You can also try to use Avidemux -- its free and open source program + you can use it on Windows, Linux and Mac. Here is the documentation wiki on Avidemux, where you can find section "Scripting":
You can achieve all your goals using ffmpeg and sox, these are command line tools for video and audio processing respectively. I can not provide you with a ready to roll solution, but here are examples for a pre-roll video, audio noise reduction, text overlay and conversion from AVCHD.
I would use a particle system to do this, like Particular or Particle World. Particular is part of the Trapcode Suite of AE plugins, and is the easiest to use. http://www.redgiant.com/products/all/trapcode-particular/ Generate a load of particles in random positions Make a pre-comp with all the different text layers on different frames, so one text object ...
I'm sure Virtual Dub http://virtualdub.sourceforge.net/ can do what you want, though there may be simpler scripted cutters out there. Before investing too much time in the script, be sure VD can handle the particular codec(s) you'll be using.
On a very personal view, I'd recommend just leaving it to 15/8 - it's just easier. I think this might help a little, but the easiest way to do it is by right cliking on the siganure filed (it's on the right of the tempo field) and clicking 'Edit Automation'. If I remember correctly, that will show a signature automation on the master track. Make the ...
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