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You should put that information in the Comments section of the File Info. I save, as presets, the effects I apply to the waveforms. When I want to track what I've done to the waveform I simply write the effect and preset used, in order, in the Comments section.
Right Eric S, but I want that automated, because we are living in the year 2008.
>but I want that automated, because we are living in the year 2008.
That's the best non sequitur I've heard all day!
SteveG that's certainly true but while not exactly latin 'nil carborundum illegitimi' may also apply :-)
>'nil carborundum illegitimi' may also apply
I've been very good so far, and not really risen to the 'grinding' at all - not bad at all for me.
Hay son (S. G.), ain't you begin working on my (small?) nerves?
Or should I come right over!
>Or should I come right over!
I seriously don't think you could handle it.
For a second there, I though I was reading the AA forum.
Then I realized... WWE!
Lately I noticed that the new Windows Media Player 11 displays the Comments-information, that is kept (in Au) in File Info/Comments of MP3 files, in its
For I always keep the plug-ins and so, which I used on the file, there in File Info/Comments. That's why I don't keep such info there anymore, because I don't want that in public.
The 'Software Package' text field (and the others) in the RIFF WAVE file is not limited to any specific length if I recall correctly. So the information could be stored there. If the feature were added I think the information could be in a format similar to this:
Software Package Name; (Adobe Audition vX.X)
Effect 1, 'effect name' applied at HH:MM:SS DD:MM:YY from 0 to end:
Effect 2, 'effect name' applied at HH:MM:SS DD:MM:YY from 0 to 2445
Where the start and end are in samples...
But it may be better to create a separate .txt file instead...