Any plans for 8 channels? I'm running a gigaport HD usb soundcard that has 8 output channels. Would be nice to have the option of delay on those. The built-in crossover plugin supports 8 channels.
Quote from: BowDown on 01 June, 2011, 02:50:53 PMAny plans for 8 channels? I'm running a gigaport HD usb soundcard that has 8 output channels. Would be nice to have the option of delay on those. The built-in crossover plugin supports 8 channels.I doubt very much that I can make this. Maybe I'll make a separate foo_delays.
Not to overwhelm but how difficult would it be to add into the foo_delay a 'phase' option? Like the ability to reverse the phase of each channel individually? The built-in crossover only does per channel pair.
I just want the six mono WAV files unaltered.
How do I demux a DTS file into separate unaltered WAV files?
FL = LeftFR = RightFC = CenterLFE = Sub-wooferBL = Back LeftBR = Back RightFCL = Left of CenterFRC = Right of CenterBC = Back CenterSL = Side LeftSR = Side RightTC = Top CenterTFL = Top Front LeftTFC = Top Front CenterTFR = Top Front RightTBL = Top Back LeftTBC = Top Back CenterTBR = Top Back Right
FL = Left ---- FC row/FL column to 1FR = Right ---- ?/?FC = Center ---- ?/?LFE = Sub-woofer ---- ?/?BL = Back Left ---- ?/?BR = Back Right ---- ?/?
Also I made the mistake not to note down the initial settings and there is no reset option...
Remove Matrix Mixer from the DSP chain, OK, at the next time you add MM to the chain it will appear with its default settings.
Hey, I have a problem with channel mixer: Active DSP did not effect foobar2k. Although I apply my channel mixer settings, they were not saved by foobar2k. Using foobar2000 v1.1.7 on Windows 7 x64 with channel mixer last updated on 1th June 2011.
What codec does this plugin use to convert stereo to AC3 on the fly?Why I'm getting error "the source is not supported" for a MP3 sound file, when outputting via this plugin to S/PDIF
hello!please point me to the right directioni want to convert a 5.1 audio stream into stereo (for headphones)is there any downmix plugin or other software whose author is at least aware that:1) his both ears will hear every channel2) his ears isn't a single point and thus will hear the sound from side channels at different time moments3) low-frequency sounds from a side channel will wrap around his head while high-frequency ones will not, thus the frequency spectrum will differ from ear to ear
I'm not sure what you want but Dolby Headphone is my first choice for converting 5.1 audio into stereo for Headphones.
Sure there must be some good quality software-only VST converter for home use. So far i have only found some overpriced scientific products