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'''Peter 23May11:''' I have published all three of them, fixed the links and added them to the [[Audacity Development Projects]] page.
  
 
'''Gale: 22May11:''' I would suggest publishing the above three now. Obviously you will need to adjust the links on each Proposal.     
 
'''Gale: 22May11:''' I would suggest publishing the above three now. Obviously you will need to adjust the links on each Proposal.     
  
 
'''Peter 19May11:'''The following earlier consolidated proposals are now superseded by the 3 individual proposals above.
 
'''Peter 19May11:'''The following earlier consolidated proposals are now superseded by the 3 individual proposals above.
 
 
'''Peter 16May11:''' Link to Version-3 of my draft Proposal for improvement and rationalization of amplify/normalize/DC-offset removal:  [[User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Improvement and rationalization of Amplify, Normalize & DC-Offset removal - V4]]
 
*Simplified and reduced verbosity where possible
 
*Bills mock-up of a combined  Amplify& Normalize added
 
 
 
 
'''Peter 14May11:''' Link to Version-3 of my draft Proposal for improvement and rationalization of amplify/normalize/DC-offset removal:  [[User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Improvement and rationalization of Amplify, Normalize & DC-Offset removal - V3]]
 
*This version was produced following feedback from Bill Wharrie, Steve Daulton & Gale Andrews
 
**withdrawn my proposal for a -3.0 dB initial default setting for both Amplify & Normalize
 
**enhanced the proposals re. the proposed new "Remove DC offset" efffect: auto-invoke on detection of DC on signal
 
**tweaks to the Amplify & Normalize proposals, incorporating feedback from reviewers
 
**modified formatting for improved readability
 
 
*This version is now superseded by Version-4.
 
 
 
'''Peter 12May11:''' Link to Version-2 of my draft Proposal for improvement and rationalization of amplify/normalize/DC-offset removal:  [[User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Improvement and rationalization of Amplify, Normalize & DC-Offset removal - V2]]
 
*This version was produced following feedback from Bill Wharrie, Steve Daulton & Ed Musgrove.
 
**In particular in this version I have withdrawn my proposal/support for merging the two effects Amplify and Normalize together as there was unanimity amongst the reviewers for this and I accept the points made against my original merger proposal.
 
**I am keen to avoid introducing what may look like a regression to many long-time users.
 
**One good point is that: not merging will make changes to the manual simpler.
 
 
*This version is now superseded by Version-3.
 
 
 
'''Peter 9May11:''' Link to my draft Proposal for improvement and rationalization of amplify/normalize/DC-offset removal:  [[User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Improvement and rationalization of Amplify, Normalize & DC-Offset removal]]
 
*This version is now superseded by Version-2.
 

Revision as of 11:17, 23 May 2011

Improvement and Rationalization of Amplify, Normalize & DC offset removal

I now intend for the sake of simplicity,readability and clarity to break this into three separate proposals:

User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Improvement and rationalization of Normalize

User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Rationalization of DC-Offset removal

User:PeterSampson/Proposal: Consolidation of Amplify, Normalize


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Peter 23May11: I have published all three of them, fixed the links and added them to the Audacity Development Projects page.

Gale: 22May11: I would suggest publishing the above three now. Obviously you will need to adjust the links on each Proposal.

Peter 19May11:The following earlier consolidated proposals are now superseded by the 3 individual proposals above.