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Maybe http://puredata.info/? Might be easier than javascript for doing complex stuff.


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Give Matlab a go, there's quite a few resources out there to get you started but if you have programmed at all before you should be able to pick it up fairly easily, I've seen it used mainly in acoustics applications but I'm sure you could find another possibly more creative use.


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www.cakewalk.com "Cakewalk Application Language (CAL) is an event-processing language based on C and LISP that you can use to extend Cakewalk products with custom editing commands. You can write your own CAL scripts, or use and edit CAL scripts that other people have written. You also can create CAL scripts by recording a series of commands, keystrokes, and ...


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Such effects can be accomplished in javascript with the Web Audio API although the learning curve is steep.


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Interesting question... I've not played around with it very much, but the Composers Desktop Project seems to be quite close to what you describe.


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How long are your 26 lectures? Would it be unreasonable to simply re-record your mixes to a new file and create your mp3 from that? Don't know how much time you're wasting while waiting for each audiosuite to render, but by re-recording after editing/mixing you'd: Sit through it all once, listening to and proofing the resulting file as it goes down. Use ...


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A procedure that would definitely work: for each file ${f}.wav, Split it up to M/S stereo, i.e. to a file ${f}_M.wav and a file ${f}_S.wav. For instance with ffmpeg -i ${f}.wav -filter_complex "[0:0]pan=1c|c0=0.5 * c0 + 0.5 * c1[mid];[0:0]pan=1c|c0 = 0.5 * c0 + -0.5 * c1[side]" -map "[mid]" ${f}_M.wav -map "[side]" ${f}_S.wav If f.wav is actually mono, ...


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A script would have to be able to distinguish between dialogue you want to keep, and "noise", as thresholds and other means wouldn't work in this scenario. It would be easier (IMO) to simply place markers (M-key) where you wish to silence the track, prior to/post your fade-in/out points. Then select the space between the markers, click 'Process' and reduce ...


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Use air display to use your ipad as a third monitor and just run word/excel or whatever on your pc/mac. http://avatron.com/apps/air-display


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Definitely look at GoodReader for iPad. It's a fantastic app for reading most major formats, including doc and pdf. Moreover, it allows you to circle, highlight, annotate and draw on the documents on a separate layer, and in most standard colors. I work a lot in theater and use it all of the time to take sound notes during tech rehearsals. It costs $4.99, ...


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It doesn't fit all your criteria, but I use iAnnotatePDF. I can import a script in pdf format and write on it, drop markers and notes, highlight passages. I don't think it's completely ideal but it does work fairly well for me.


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The best way to start is to read the basics on Nils Liberg site (http://nilsliberg.se/ksp/scripts/tutorial/) and follow VI-Control Kontakt Scripting section of their forum (http://www.vi-control.net/forum/viewforum.php?f=65) Cheers, Luca


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Another good beginners resource is: http://www.nilsliberg.se/ksp/scripts/tutorial/ Or from NI themselves: http://www.audiotek.cz/produktyATK/ni/kontakt3_p2.pdf Or http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jul10/articles/kontakt1.htm Or http://www.askaudiomag.com/articles/introduction-to-scripting-in-kontakt-part-1 I'll stop at this point, but a bit of a basic ...


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