I have a VLC play-list named "Sleep" that I listen to when going to sleep. I would like to be able to add echo and/or other effects to mp3 files I play with vlc. I know that SOX allows echo during real-time play as exhibited on the site http://bit.ly/3zfSff
. It seems that this command could be piped with VLC play-lists or even single songs from the command line to add a customised sound to songs played with VLC or ocp (Open Cubic Player). I'm looking to do this from the command line. Why? The sound is way more
customisable with the plug-ins for SOX. I'm thinking something like:
vlc --sox echo-Sleep.xspf 0.5 0.6 60 1 or
ocp --sox echo-Sleep.xspf 0.5 0.6 60 1
.xspf is vlc's saved playlist. I'm sure that one program will have to be piped through the other. How should I do it?