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Šarunas Gliebus
I've almost translated Audacity into Lithuanian, but there are few srings
whitch require more explanation.
The first one is "Apply Gain after compressing" (in Compressor efect).
The second is "Attack Time" (in Compressor efect).
And the last "Envelope tool"

Sharunas Gliebus

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Re: more explanation

Alexandre Prokoudine
On 10/18/05, Šarunas Gliebus <[hidden email]> wrote:

> The first one is "Apply Gain after compressing" (in Compressor efect).

IIRC, this means "Amplify after compressing".

> The second is "Attack Time" (in Compressor efect).

There are 4 phases of a signal - Attack, Delay, Sustain and Release
(known as ADSR). Each of them has its own duration.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ADSR

> And the last "Envelope tool"

It is a tool to change amplitude of a signal which results in changing
signal's volume over ime. In Russian that would be "Redaktor
ogibayuschey".

Alexandre
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