I always add resampler DSP just before convolver.
I wrote it my self: A convolver plugin that chooses the impulse file based on a track tag and the current sample rate.
Please don’t ask me for a copy. What I did is experimental, just for me, and not release quality. I’m posting this to spur further development of foo_convolve to make it choose impulse files based on playing track’s tags and the current sample rate. On the other hand, if someone would point me to example code that can read the cached tags and read arbitrary audio files from the context of a DSP plugin, I could proceed and eventually produce something that could be shared.
Hello Garf ,I hope you open the source code to the public.
?The recompile for the latest version.
?I want to remodel it to four channel output simultaneously.
A normal stereo recording has to channels. If you listen to it with speakers, you here both channels with both ears. Sounds like speakers do, including the room acoustics. Using headphones, you here the left channel with your left ear and the right channel with your right ear. Sounds sort of not so good.
Quote from: edd on 23 March, 2011, 12:41:06 PMA normal stereo recording has to channels. If you listen to it with speakers, you here both channels with both ears. Sounds like speakers do, including the room acoustics. Using headphones, you here the left channel with your left ear and the right channel with your right ear. Sounds sort of not so good.There are tons of components for foobar2000 optimized for headphone usage and also ones that does exactly what you propose - Why would you need to use convolver, to achieve just that?
It would be even greater though, to have this trick system wide, not only in foobar2000. Binaural phantasy.
It should already support convolving as many channels input as long as the impulse has a matching number of channels.
Could not load impulse file (unexpected channel count).
Quote from: edd on 23 March, 2011, 12:41:06 PMIt would be even greater though, to have this trick system wide, not only in foobar2000. Binaural phantasy.I made it (more or less), with JACK. Ingenious. I think, you don’t even need the impulse response of a good recording studio/mixing studio. You’ll just notice, that some recordings sound strange without the reverb of a room.
I noticed a problem with certain impulse responses where the impulse is not the first sample.Since such impulse responses introduce a delay the audio track will start a couple of samples later and the end will be cut-off early by the same number of samplesIt would be nice to have an option to throw away the initial delay samples and end the track normally.edit: Please note that changing the impulse responses is not an option, because it will alter the results. :/
Hello Folks, as someone of you already stated, I confirm that the old 2006 plugin Convolver 0.3 doesn't work properly.Please, is anyone there that could drive me to a good one for the current Foobar2000 v1.1 or the newer 1.2?Thanks and regards, Andrea