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{{Hint|1='''Gale 18 Jul 11:''' I've suggested a somewhat more economical [[#alt|alternative]] with a more manageable intro with placeholders for your Nyquist links plus links in the headers. I think the TOC helps on the whole. It may be possible to hack the TOC to only display the plug-in category headers.<p>Have you decided whether to link to the individual plug-in descriptions? At its simplest, just add <b>[[Nyquist Effect Plug-ins#</b> in front of the plug-in name and <b>|<name of plug-in>]]</b> behind it. I might even volunteer as my word processor has a very good find and replace.</p>}}
 
  
 
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{{Intro|1=These are optional plug-in effects for Audacity. They are written in the [http://audacity.sourceforge.net/help/nyquist Nyquist programming language].
 
For further information about Nyquist and Nyquist plug-ins, please see links at bottom of this page.
 
 
Unless otherwise indicated, they are released under the terms of the [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html GNU General Public License, version 2.]
 
 
All listed Nyquist plug-ins are cross-platform compatible but may require a minimum version of Audacity to function correctly.
 
 
|2=Where indicated, the Audacity version number is the minimum required for that plug-in.}}
 
 
 
This page lists all Nyquist plug-ins that are currently hosted on the Audacity wiki. Click on the category link to jump to the plug-in page.
 
 
Each plug-in has links to ''View'' and to ''Download'' the plug-in. Clicking on the ''View'' link will display the plug-in code in your browser. Clicking on the ''Download'' link will usually initiate a file download. For some web browsers it may be necessary to right click on the ''Download'' link and select ''"Save As"'' or similar. The downloaded files are contained in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIP_%28file_format%29 ZIP] archive files. The contents of the ZIP file must be extracted before the plug-in can be used. The ZIP archive may also contain help files or other useful information.
 
 
=== Installing Plug-ins ===
 
 
Nyquist plug-ins may be available as plain text files with the file extension '''.NY''', or as a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIP_%28file_format%29 ZIP] archive file. The NY file must be extracted from the ZIP archive before it can be used.
 
 
To install Nyquist plug-ins, place the NY file in the Plug-Ins folder inside the Audacity installation folder.
 
* On Windows computers, this is usually under '''C:\Program Files\'''.
 
* On Mac OS X, it is usually under '''Applications'''.
 
* On Linux this is usually '''/usr/share/audacity/''' or '''/usr/local/share/audacity'''. However, as standard users do not normally have write access to this folder it is often more convenient to create a folder in the home directory for the new plug-ins. This folder must be '''~/.audacity-files/plug-ins/'''
 
Restart Audacity, then the Plug-ins will appear underneath the divider in the "Effect", "Generate" or "Analyze" menus.
 
 
 
==Generate Plug-ins==
 
[[Nyquist_Audio_Generator_Plug-ins#toc|Generate Plug-ins page]]
 
# Tone Generators
 
## Buzz tone generator
 
## DTMF Tones (random)
 
## DTMF Tones
 
## PWM
 
# Noise Generators
 
## Harmonic Noise
 
## Noise Band
 
# Special Effects
 
## Binaural Tones with Surf 2
 
## Surf-lfo
 
## Surf-oxy
 
# Instruments
 
## KLSTRBAS
 
## Risset Bell
 
# Sequence Generators
 
## Rndtone
 
## SQ1 Generator Sequencer
 
# Generator Utilities
 
## Nyquist Generate Prompt
 
## Tuning Fork
 
## Variable Duration Silence Generator
 
 
==Effect Plug-ins==
 
[[Nyquist_Effect_Plug-ins#toc|Effect plug-ins page]]
 
 
# Amplify, Mix and Pan Effects
 
## Amplify Left or Right Channel
 
## Center Pan Remover
 
## Channel Mixer
 
## Fade In and Out
 
## Panning
 
## Panning (LFO)
 
## Panning (random)
 
## Ramp Panning
 
## Repair Channel
 
## Stereo Butterfly (static)
 
## Stereo Butterfly (LFO)
 
## Stereo Butterfly (ramp)
 
## Stereo Widener
 
# Delay and Reverb
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay with Panning
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay with Tone Shift
 
## Reverse Bouncing Ball Delay
 
## Reverse Bouncing Ball Delay with Tone Shift
 
## Chimes delay
 
## Delay with High Pass Filter
 
## Delay with Low Pass filter
 
## Delay with Pitch Change
 
## Delay with Stereo Flip
 
## Delay with Tone Shift
 
# Dynamics Processing
 
## Broadcast Limiter II
 
## Broadcast Limiter III
 
## Hyperexp
 
## Noise Gate
 
# Filters
 
## Band Stop Filter
 
## Classic EQ
 
## Comb Filter
 
## Customizable EQ
 
## High Pass Filter with q
 
## High Pass Filter (LFO)
 
## Low Pass Filter (LFO)
 
## Low Pass Filter with Q
 
## Multiband EQ
 
## Mutron
 
## Notch Filter
 
## Random Low Pass Filter
 
## Ten Band EQ
 
# Modulation Effects
 
## Dual Tape Decks
 
## Flanger (linear)
 
## Isochronic modulator
 
## Random Amplitude Modulation
 
## Random Pitch Modulation
 
## Ring modulator
 
# Sequencer Effects
 
## Audio Selection Sequencer 2
 
# Time, Pitch and Tempo
 
## Extract Audio
 
## Tempo Change
 
## Time Shifter
 
## Turntable Warping MS
 
 
 
==Nyquist Analyze Plug-ins==
 
[[Nyquist_Analyze_Plug-ins#toc|Analyze Plug-ins page]]
 
 
# Selection Duration
 
# Regular Interval Labels
 
# Peak Finder
 
 
 
<HR>
 
 
 
<div id="alt"></div>
 
 
 
 
{{Introrel|This page lists all [http://audacity.sourceforge.net/help/nyquist Nyquist] plug-ins for Audacity that are available as separate downloads. Nyquist plug-ins support Windows, Mac and Linux/Unix. Click any "Downloads" link to jump to the downloads page for that plug-in category.|Unless otherwise indicated, all plug-ins are released under the terms of the [http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html GNU General Public License, version 2.]|Links to Nyquist
 
*More links to Nyquist}}
 
 
 
__TOC__
 
 
 
== Installing Plug-ins ==
 
 
Nyquist plug-ins may be available as plain text files with the file extension '''.NY''', or as a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIP_%28file_format%29 ZIP] archive file. The NY file must be extracted from the ZIP archive before it can be used.
 
 
To install Nyquist plug-ins, place the NY file in the Plug-Ins folder inside the Audacity installation folder.
 
<ul><li> On Windows computers, this is usually under '''C:\Program Files\'''.
 
<li> On Mac OS X, it is usually under '''Applications'''.
 
<li> On Linux this is usually '''/usr/share/audacity/''' if you installed a repository package of Audacity or '''/usr/local/share/audacity''' if you [[CompilingAudacityForBeginners|compiled
 
]] Audacity. '''Note:''' You must log in as root to access /usr and repository packages of Audacity may overwrite this folder. An easier alternative may be to create '''~/.audacity-files/plug-ins/''' in your home folder (the "." in the path means it is a hidden folder). </ul>
 
Restart Audacity, then the plug-ins will appear underneath the divider in the "Effect", "Generate" or "Analyze" menus.
 
 
== Plug-in Lists ==
 
 
{{Hint|Some plug-ins may require a minimum version of Audacity to function correctly as indicated in the listing.}}
 
 
Each plug-in description has links to ''View'' and to ''Download'' the plug-in.
 
*Left-clicking the '''''View''''' link displays the plug-in code in your browser. You can right-click over the link and "Save Target As " or "Save Link As" to download the NY file.
 
*Left-clicking the '''''Download''''' link will download the same NY file archived inside a [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZIP_%28file_format%29 ZIP] file. The ZIP archive may also contain help files or other useful information. The contents of the ZIP file must be extracted before they can be used.
 
**If left-click does not download the ZIP correctly, right-click over the link and "Save Target As " or "Save Link As" instead.
 
 
 
===[[Nyquist_Audio_Generator_Plug-ins#toc|Generate Plug-in Downloads]]===
 
# Tone Generators
 
## Buzz tone generator
 
## DTMF Tones (random)
 
## DTMF Tones
 
## PWM
 
# Noise Generators
 
## Harmonic Noise
 
## Noise Band
 
# Special Effects
 
## Binaural Tones with Surf 2
 
## Surf-lfo
 
## Surf-oxy
 
# Instruments
 
## KLSTRBAS
 
## Risset Bell
 
# Sequence Generators
 
## Rndtone
 
## SQ1 Generator Sequencer
 
# Generator Utilities
 
## Nyquist Generate Prompt
 
## Tuning Fork
 
## Variable Duration Silence Generator
 
 
 
===[[Nyquist_Effect_Plug-ins#toc|Effect plug-in Downloads]]===
 
 
# Amplify, Mix and Pan Effects
 
## Amplify Left or Right Channel
 
## [[Nyquist Effect Plug-ins#Center Pan Remover|Center Pan Remover]]
 
## Channel Mixer
 
## Fade In and Out
 
## Panning
 
## Panning (LFO)
 
## Panning (random)
 
## Ramp Panning
 
## Repair Channel
 
## Stereo Butterfly (static)
 
## Stereo Butterfly (LFO)
 
## Stereo Butterfly (ramp)
 
## Stereo Widener
 
# Delay and Reverb
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay with Panning
 
## Bouncing Ball Delay with Tone Shift
 
## Reverse Bouncing Ball Delay
 
## Reverse Bouncing Ball Delay with Tone Shift
 
## Chimes delay
 
## Delay with High Pass Filter
 
## Delay with Low Pass filter
 
## Delay with Pitch Change
 
## Delay with Stereo Flip
 
## Delay with Tone Shift
 
# Dynamics Processing
 
## Broadcast Limiter II
 
## Broadcast Limiter III
 
## Hyperexp
 
## Noise Gate
 
# Filters
 
## Band Stop Filter
 
## Classic EQ
 
## Comb Filter
 
## Customizable EQ
 
## High Pass Filter with q
 
## High Pass Filter (LFO)
 
## Low Pass Filter (LFO)
 
## Low Pass Filter with Q
 
## Multiband EQ
 
## Mutron
 
## Notch Filter
 
## Random Low Pass Filter
 
## Ten Band EQ
 
# Modulation Effects
 
## Dual Tape Decks
 
## Flanger (linear)
 
## Isochronic modulator
 
## Random Amplitude Modulation
 
## Random Pitch Modulation
 
## Ring modulator
 
# Sequencer Effects
 
## Audio Selection Sequencer 2
 
# Time, Pitch and Tempo
 
## Extract Audio
 
## Tempo Change
 
## Time Shifter
 
## Turntable Warping MS
 
 
 
===[[Nyquist_Analyze_Plug-ins#toc|Analyze Plug-in Downloads]]===
 
 
# Selection Duration
 
# Regular Interval Labels
 
# Peak Finder
 

Latest revision as of 12:35, 25 November 2011