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foo_dsp_effect, A effect array for FB2K
marc2003
post Nov 20 2013, 10:41
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foobar did a similar thing as well. it went from 1.1.9 to 1.1.10.
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MusX
post Jan 17 2014, 12:05
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Hello,
is it possible to edit source of the plugin? can you guide me a little how to do that?

I'm interested of 3 decimal places in "Pitch Shift". There are already only two.
You may consider this as feature request smile.gif

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mudlord
post Jan 22 2014, 00:28
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Source code is on svn.mudlord.info/foobar2000
you will need a SVN client.

you need WTL with MSVC2008 SP1 to compile. from there, its a simple matter of modifying the relevant source files to increase the granularity of the sliders.
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Morality124
post Feb 14 2014, 18:26
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Hi mudlord. I can't seem to find the non-demph version of your plugin. Anywhere to get it?

Thanks!
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mudlord
post Feb 15 2014, 02:48
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Non-demph?

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post Feb 15 2014, 12:14
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Yes, without deemphasis routine implemented. There was such version linked here in this thread.
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post Feb 15 2014, 22:29
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QUOTE (mudlord @ Feb 15 2014, 02:48) *
Non-demph?


Yes, you posted a version early without de-emphasis as to not conflict with foo_deemph.
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mudlord
post Feb 16 2014, 01:19
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Oh, looks like I have to redo that.
Currently I am rewriting some things in foo_dsp_effect, so no ETA.
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post Mar 9 2014, 23:22
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Thank you. <3
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post Mar 9 2014, 23:48
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I'm somewhat happy that this piece of horseshit is appreciated.
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post Apr 26 2014, 15:21
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I managed myself to have lengths of tracks displayed with Playback Rate Shift applied smile.gif But it works ONLY when tracks have PRS altered via foo_dynamic_dsp using TRACKDSP tags formatted as for example 102 for +2% PRS change or for example 98 for -2% PRS change. Here it is:
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%playback_time%[ / $if($meta_test(trackdsp),$div($div($mul(%length_seconds%,100),$meta(trackdsp)),60):$num($mod($div($mul(%length_seconds%,100),$meta(trackdsp)),60),2),%length%)]

which gives for example "7:57 / 8:12", where 7:57 is current playback position and 8:12 is total lenght of track altered by Playback Rate.

Dear mudlord, after inventing that single line of code I have a feature proposal for DSP Effect plugin: adding variables. Variables like %rateshift%, %temposhift%, %pitchshift% etc. I haven't analyzed if any other than %rateshift% would be useful - I got a scenario for this one. If I have %rateshift% variable with values like 100 (for normal playback), 97 (for PRS -3%), 107 (for PRS +7%), etc. I could perform similar division as with values taken from TRACKDSP tags smile.gif . Could you be so kind and develop at least %rateshift% ? smile.gif
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post May 7 2014, 10:39
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Not sure if I am bothered to implement feature requests to be honest. :<
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post May 7 2014, 15:53
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I understand that, as I am aware that we are relying on your free time and good will smile.gif
Anyway for someone who isn't programmer it doesn't look that time consuming. Plugin knows proposed %rateshift% value anyway, as it uses it to its regular operation. There is a question if sending this value to new variable is time consuming task when we talk about implementing it... That's something that you should judge and take into consideration smile.gif
I think that possibility of displaying track duration after its alteration via playback rate shift is quite attractive option smile.gif
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post May 7 2014, 23:07
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Yeh, its easy to add.
Problem is, sometimes I am busy with my two jobs or just am too lazy to add stuff.
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post May 21 2014, 13:29
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I'm somewhat happy that this piece of horseshit is appreciated.

You are a saviour of the human race, in a pineapple, under the sea.

QUOTE (mudlord @ May 7 2014, 10:39) *
Not sure if I am bothered to implement feature requests to be honest. :<

I imagine this depends on the request? wink.gif
I do have one or two, but I don't know if it's productive to just dump it here.
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post May 22 2014, 01:33
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Nah, I just don't bother to implement feature requests to be honest.
It might be best not to dump them here, as I might never be interested in implementing them.
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post May 24 2014, 09:05
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QUOTE (mudlord @ May 22 2014, 01:33) *
Nah, I just don't bother to implement feature requests to be honest.
It might be best not to dump them here, as I might never be interested in implementing them.


I'm a brand new member and don't expect any consideration but would be grateful for the parameters used in your RIAA De-emphasis filter in the IIR section as I need to create the inverse filter for use on the input of my restored 1971 Grundig Radiogram input (which already has the de-emphasis on board) and sounds very bassy (and very loud) when fed directly from foobar.


I've used this in the standard equalizer which doesn't sound too bad but would appreciate a more accurate filter

55Hz -14dB
77Hz -11dB
110Hz -9dB
156Hz -7dB
220Hz -5dB
311Hz -4dB
440Hz -3dB
622Hz -2dB
880Hz -1dB
1.2kHz 0dB
1.8kHz 1dB
2.5kHz 2dB
3.5kHz 3dB
5kHz 4dB
7kHz 6dB
10kHz 8dB
14kHz 10dB
20kHz 13dB

Any help would be appreciated.



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post May 27 2014, 10:46
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QUOTE (hifih66 @ May 24 2014, 09:05) *
QUOTE (mudlord @ May 22 2014, 01:33) *
Nah, I just don't bother to implement feature requests to be honest.
It might be best not to dump them here, as I might never be interested in implementing them.


I'm a brand new member and don't expect any consideration but would be grateful for the parameters used in your RIAA De-emphasis filter in the IIR section as I need to create the inverse filter for use on the input of my restored 1971 Grundig Radiogram input (which already has the de-emphasis on board) and sounds very bassy (and very loud) when fed directly from foobar.


I've used this in the standard equalizer which doesn't sound too bad but would appreciate a more accurate filter

55Hz -14dB
77Hz -11dB
110Hz -9dB
156Hz -7dB
220Hz -5dB
311Hz -4dB
440Hz -3dB
622Hz -2dB
880Hz -1dB
1.2kHz 0dB
1.8kHz 1dB
2.5kHz 2dB
3.5kHz 3dB
5kHz 4dB
7kHz 6dB
10kHz 8dB
14kHz 10dB
20kHz 13dB

Any help would be appreciated.


Found this RIAA curve in the page below, which gave these values (approximately +/- 1dB)

And they sound great on my equipment.

http://www.stereophile.com/features/cut_an...p_equalization/

55Hz -17dB
77Hz -15dB
110Hz -13db
156Hz -11dB
220Hz -8dB
311Hz -5dB
440Hz -3dB
622Hz -2dB
880Hz -1dB
1.2kHz 1dB
1.8kHz 2dB
2.5kHz 3dB
3.5kHz 6dB
5kHz 8dB
7kHz 10dB
10kHz 13dB
14kHz 16dB
20kHz 19dB
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post Jun 30 2014, 00:01
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I find this plugin highly useful, thanks for the great work so far, OP!
I was wondering if there's a way to display my current DSP preset anywhere within foobar interface using title formatting variable or something like that?
I tried %dsp_preset% and %__dsp_preset% but obviously that didn't work out :)
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