I just pushed a LUA implementation too, which is miles faster and will run the FluCoMa tools in a background thread of REAPER so you can do other stuff while it chops. It’s also easier to install as REAPER has a copy of LUA embedded. Simply open the script through the usual means. It is pretty much superior in every single way…
This line is important too:
-- Each user MUST point this to their folder containing FluCoMa CLI executables local cli_path = '/Users/jamesbradbury/dev/bin'
You have to change this variable
cli_path to where the CLI stuff is and it figures out the rest.
Another caveat is that I have a command line application which can spit out the contents of a
.wav containing index samples through the
stdout. Without stepping on the official team’s toes - PA gave me a very quick mockup of this to test these scripts. This is the path referenced on line 48:
local ie_exe = cli_path .. '/index_extractor '
I don’t have an alternative right now if anyone wants to try. There should be a solution in the future… I hear…