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funkmuscle
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hey anyone knows if we have a quiet plugin for Linux to create that vinyl record effect?
the crackling, the hiss without the extra noise like the LADSPA plugin?

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I clearly remember using a perhaps LADSPA plugin that does that. I am gonna check if I can dig that out.

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funkmuscle wrote: the crackling, the hiss without the extra noise like the LADSPA plugin?
Oh wait: perhaps that is the LADSPA plugin I was thinking of.

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42low wrote:There must be at least one as i confronted that
Have to search though between the many installed. Later.

But you can always loop a sample (ore more together) if you can't find a good one.
no project yet.. would just like to have a good one handy. thanx!

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CrocoDuck wrote:I clearly remember using a perhaps LADSPA plugin that does that. I am gonna check if I can dig that out.

EDIT:
funkmuscle wrote: the crackling, the hiss without the extra noise like the LADSPA plugin?
Oh wait: perhaps that is the LADSPA plugin I was thinking of.
yeah Croco, that's the one if it's the ladspa in Arch

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it probably wouldn't be much to make the noise level adjustable.

or just change line 314 of swh-lv2-1.0.15/vynil-swh.lv2/plugin.c to be :
src_m = biquad_run(highp, src_m) + click_buffer[click_buffer_pos.part.in & (CLICK_BUF_SIZE - 1)] * click_gain * 0.5f

which takes the noise out entirely. if you are keen to compile yourself this should do it.
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ssj71 wrote:it probably wouldn't be much to make the noise level adjustable.

or just change line 314 of swh-lv2-1.0.15/vynil-swh.lv2/plugin.c to be :
src_m = biquad_run(highp, src_m) + click_buffer[click_buffer_pos.part.in & (CLICK_BUF_SIZE - 1)] * click_gain * 0.5f

which takes the noise out entirely. if you are keen to compile yourself this should do it.
thanx Spencer, I'll give that one a shot!

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Not a vinyl, but you may try GxTape from the guitarix suite.
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I used the VTX-Vinylusion VST plugin http://www.vetrixmusic.com/download_vstplugins.html in LMMS and exported as samples to mix in audacity for the start and end of this track https://soundcloud.com/user-414610945/slide-ride

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@funkmuscle, is there a particular reason you want to go the plug-in route?

There are a gazillion free samples out there of various vinyl sound artifacts. In general I think they would sound more realistic and be more flexible than any plugin.
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There is this contraption on the Debian repository:
http://xwax.org
xwax is open-source vinyl emulation software for Linux. It allows DJs and
turntablists to playback digital audio files (MP3, Ogg Vorbis, FLAC, AAC and
more), controlled using a normal pair of turntables via timecoded vinyls.

It's designed for both beat mixing and scratch mixing. Needle drops, pitch
changes, scratching, spinbacks and rewinds are all supported, and feel just
like the audio is pressed onto the vinyl itself.

The focus is on an accurate vinyl feel which is efficient, stable and fast.
I haven't tried it so I don't know if it fits any particular purpose.

If you don't mind using Windows plugins, I can surely recommend something.

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At the risk of being Captain Obvious, there is this: https://freesound.org/search/?q=vinyl+static

The first sample in the search result seems like it would probably do the trick.

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Michael Willis wrote:At the risk of being Captain Obvious, there is this: https://freesound.org/search/?q=vinyl+static

The first sample in the search result seems like it would probably do the trick.
Hmm, that may do the trick but none of those samples would do but that's telling me if I googled it, I'd find a good working sample.

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What I have used some time ago was airwave with izotope vinyl.

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eikakot wrote:What I have used some time ago was airwave with izotope vinyl.
most Windows vsts with airwaves or carla or whatever gives me crazy xruns using Ardour.. would not even try with MixBus. They all work fine in LMMS. :(

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42low wrote:I don't think this one is mentioned yet.
Just saw that this one is within my plugin packages. Judge yourself if it is good enough (never used it myself).

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that is the one I mentioned. The LADSPA one. very noise. Sounds like my old amp during rehearsal. That loud hiss like if it's alive.. :D

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