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TAP-plugins (Tom's Audio Processing plugins) -------------------------------------------- AUTHOR: Tom Szilagyi <email@example.com> WEBPAGE: http://tap-plugins.sf.net Welcome! TAP-plugins is a bunch of LADSPA plugins for audio processing. It runs on the GNU/Linux operating system, and possibly other UNIX-like operating systems. LADSPA stands for Linux Audio Developers Simple Plugin API. Learn more about LADSPA at http://www.ladspa.org You need a LADSPA-aware host program to use these plugins. I recommend using Ardour, which is a professional multichannel hard disc recorder and digital audio workstation for Linux. These plugins were developed and tested using Ardour, but they should work with any LADSPA-capable host. Learn more about Ardour at http://ardour.org Installation and usage of the plugins is very simple. Please take a moment to edit the top of the Makefile if you wish to install the plugins in a directory other than /usr/local/lib/ladspa (the default place for plugins). A destination directory for RDF metadata is also set there (defaults to /usr/local/share/ladspa/rdf) which you may also want to change. Then run "make" and (as root) "make install". No special packages are needed to compile these plugins, so there is no ./configure script. A thorough manual is provided in html format. It is identical to the project website. There is no need to save that manually, though: it is provided as a separate package called tap-plugins-doc. After downloading and untarring it, just open index.html with your favorite Any Browser to view it. Questions, comments, suggestions, bugreports and fixes are always welcome at: <firstname.lastname@example.org> Have fun, turn up the volume and kick the shit out of your neighbours!