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A new resampler DSP for foobar2000, uses resampling routines from SoX effect "rate"
rchrdcrg
post Feb 2 2013, 06:59
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I just wanted to say a huge HUGE thank you for this. I have some pretty sensitive hearing, and on certain songs this really does bring the sound alive just that much more... I'm currently geeking out to the Panzer Dragoon soundtrack and am in pure aural heaven! I signed up on the HA forums just so I could share my gratitude!
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Anakunda
post Feb 3 2013, 19:28
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A SoX was updated yesterday. Curious if changes touched resampler routines and if there's ongoing foo_dsp_resampler update...
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post Feb 3 2013, 22:00
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QUOTE (Anakunda @ Feb 3 2013, 11:28) *
A SoX was updated yesterday. Curious if changes touched resampler routines

A quick look at the SoX changelog reveals nothing of note since early November 2008, just prior to the original release of the DSP.
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post Feb 15 2013, 14:06
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Why isn't this component listed on http://www.foobar2000.org/components too? Wouldn't it be better too to deliver it in the new foobar-component package format (so that you can doubleclick the downloaded file for install)?
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post Jul 4 2013, 10:38
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Does this version exist here? http://src.infinitewave.ca/ If so, which one is it exactly since there are a few versions of sox there.
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post Nov 21 2013, 15:07
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QUOTE (Donunus @ Jul 4 2013, 10:38) *
Does this version exist here? http://src.infinitewave.ca/ If so, which one is it exactly since there are a few versions of sox there.


I have created some test, and results sent to infinitewave.

I found that sox resampler is very good in the sense of impulse fidelity, with 33% phase response and 80% passband (with 0.6a version).
However I only use it for upsample 44.1 kHz materials to 96kHz so the relative small passband is not affect the appreciable region of sound.
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Tyimo
post Jan 1 2014, 14:53
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Hi and Happy New Year!

I tried down sampling with the SOX 0.8.3 on my foobar2000 1.1.15 and 1.2.9, but it not works. The "console" screen does not show that work.
I also tried the the built in Resampler PPHS and it is not working either.
I tried the SSRCX and it works correctly.
Could somebody tell me what is the problem with the SoX and the PPHS Resampler???? Are they not compatible with newer foobars?

Tyimo

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Finisterre
post Feb 15 2014, 20:27
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When ripping tracks from cd to individual FLACtracks using the upsampler to double the sample rate I get the following problem:

Close to the end of each track the sound gets interrupted by a short pause during the fade out of the track. After this 1..2 sec pause I hear the remainder of the fade out and another pause before the next track starts.
When I replay the following track, by directly starting it, I first hear the short fade out of the previous track bofere the intended track starts to play.

Using the latest version of foobar and the resampler dsp, (Original and both mods do the same)
Win 7 64bit

I do not have this problem when using the pphs resampler.
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post Feb 16 2014, 10:59
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I cannot reproduce this.
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post Mar 29 2014, 05:20
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I installed all Sox resampler plugins, but they do now work. My W4S DAC-2 still shows that it's accepting 44.1.

I tried PPHS resampler, it also does not work.

I have Win 7 64 bit and Foobar 1.3.1.

My guess is that the problem is Win 7 64 bit, because before I had Win 7 32 bit and all these resamplers worked.
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post Mar 29 2014, 05:42
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QUOTE (ironmine @ Mar 29 2014, 14:20) *
I installed all Sox resampler plugins, but they do now work. My W4S DAC-2 still shows that it's accepting 44.1.

I tried PPHS resampler, it also does not work.

I have Win 7 64 bit and Foobar 1.3.1.

My guess is that the problem is Win 7 64 bit, because before I had Win 7 32 bit and all these resamplers worked.


It looks I've found the culprit:

You have to install the WASAPI plugin and choose it as an output option in the Foobar settings.

Without the WASAPI plugin installed, Windows outputs all the sounds in a format which is currently chosen in the properties of your sound device (format by default) in the Windows Control Panel (where you control all the sound devices).

I hope it helps.
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