shambhavi wrote:Thanks for the suggestion jiiteepee. I had a go installing Reaper under wine (The energy-xt was too expensive for me). It loads and seems to work fine. But I couldn't figure out how to get RIAA equalisation with it. Does anyone know how I can do this? I tried installing the plugin mentioned above to the plugins folder, but Reaper doesn't seem to recognise it.
Thanks for the help so far. Slowly, I seem to be getting there.
Those 'plug-ins' found from my RIAA pages, are in project file level ...you need to save each filter as VST in SynthEdit to get them working.
Anyway, here's another RIAA EQ developed by vacuumsound
you can try - http://www.vacuumsound.de/plugins.html
Unzip the downloaded file to somewhere you can point Reaper to look it from.
- goto Options --> Preferences and select Plug-ins: VST from the list
- add the path you installed RIAA filter to and then just press re-scan button
- set audio device options as well
- on Reaper main screen, add a new stereo track or load the recorded track
------ if you record then set recording options 1st (right-mouse-click the ar - button found in track 'header' (ar = arm for recording)) *)
--- insert your plug-in by using track's FX -button (use balloon beside the FX button for to control if the FX is enabled or disabled)
*) I normally add the RIAA while recording ... if you like to do this as well, select Record: output -> Record: output (stereo) - option.