wah-plugins 0.1.0-2 source package in Ubuntu

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wah-plugins (0.1.0-2) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Bump Standards.
  * Enable parallel build.
  * Update copyright file.
  * Added patch to remove LADSPA_PROPERTY_REALTIME. (Closes: #765553)

 -- Jaromír Mikeš <email address hidden>  Thu, 10 Sep 2015 10:22:14 +0200

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Debian Multimedia Maintainers on 2015-09-10
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wah-plugins: auto-wah LADSPA plugin

 This LADSPA plugin is the combination of a 'wah' pedal and
 a simple envelope follower.
 .
 Controls are:
  - Freq: the resonance frequency of wah filter.
    This would normally be controlled using a
    midi pedal.
  - Mix: crossfades between dry and wet signal, the
    first is the original input signal and the latter
    is the pure output of the resonant filter amplified
    by 18 dB.
 .
 The three remaining parameters control the envelope
 follower. This produces a control signal that is
 added to the 'Freq' setting.
  - Drive: input gain to the envelope follower (so
    this gain is not in the signal path).
  - Decay: controls the decay time of the envelope.
  - Range: controls how much the envelope is allowed
    to modify the basic frequency.

wah-plugins-dbgsym: debug symbols for package wah-plugins

 This LADSPA plugin is the combination of a 'wah' pedal and
 a simple envelope follower.
 .
 Controls are:
  - Freq: the resonance frequency of wah filter.
    This would normally be controlled using a
    midi pedal.
  - Mix: crossfades between dry and wet signal, the
    first is the original input signal and the latter
    is the pure output of the resonant filter amplified
    by 18 dB.
 .
 The three remaining parameters control the envelope
 follower. This produces a control signal that is
 added to the 'Freq' setting.
  - Drive: input gain to the envelope follower (so
    this gain is not in the signal path).
  - Decay: controls the decay time of the envelope.
  - Range: controls how much the envelope is allowed
    to modify the basic frequency.