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  • nulall
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Reply #50
my suggestion is you should read before downloading.


I'm not sure what I did to piss you off, but I'm sorry.
I read everything, and downloaded the files that you suggested, but it still didn't work.
No matter, the updated sp1 files that you just posted fixed the problem.
Even though you weren't the most helpful, I still want to thank you for making this plugin - I've been needing something like this for a while.

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Reply #51
Does soundtouch work with foobar 0.9.4.4? 

  • Squeller
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Reply #52
Does soundtouch work with foobar 0.9.4.4? 
What does you question mean? Do you want your mummy to test it?  --> Yes, I tested it for you: it works.
Or do you have a problem which you didn't want to tell us? --> Maybe you have to check for the components requirements...

  • mil3s
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Reply #53
Can someone host this please... along with other required files if any. Link is dead.
  • Last Edit: 20 October, 2007, 09:33:37 AM by mil3s

  • odyssey
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Reply #54
It would be so cool if soundtouch was able to read configuration values from tags, ie. so you can correct a track pitch without transcoding it.
Can't wait for a HD-AAC encoder :P

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Reply #55
Can someone host this please... along with other required files if any. Link is dead.

here

  • Davide-NYC
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Reply #56
Hello Hydrogen Audio Forums!

This is my first post here. I have been trying to get soundtouch to work using foobar 0.9.4.5 for over an hour.
The blog in question in post #1 was down and I was excited to get to some guitar studies. I was finally successful and wanted to share my trouble shooting.

Using WinXPPro-SP2 all critical updates:

I installed:
[blockquote].NET frameworks 1, 2 and 3 with all available updates. <-- (probably unnecessary and redundant to VC libraries)
vcredist_x86.exe  a.k.a. Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package version 8.0.50727.762
[/blockquote]

Unzip and copy:
[blockquote]libmmd.dll  a.k.a. Math Library for IntelĀ® Compilers (thread-safe) version 9.1.9.2  into your system32 folder
foo_dsp_soundtouch.dll into your foobar 'components' folder.
[/blockquote]
After figuring that libmmd.dll goes in the system folder all was well in the world.
  • Last Edit: 20 October, 2007, 05:28:49 PM by Davide-NYC

  • frnak
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Reply #57
site is down.

anyone have a mirror?

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Reply #58
site is down.

anyone have a mirror?

It wouldn't hurt to read the rest of the thread, I posted a sendspace link a while ago and it still works.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/dbuvjn
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  • Lyx
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Reply #59
bugreport:

this DSP - when in the DSP-chain - will cause constant subtle playback glitches (sounds like CD reading errors, but more subtle)..... even if one tells it to do nothing (all options disabled). The mere existance in the DSP-chain already causes those constant subtle glitches. To notice them, play a track which has extremely low detail (drones and stuff).... then pay special attention to loud sections of the track.

System: Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM (with over 1GB free), win2k3
- latest fb2k 0.9.5 beta
- standard directsound output
- no high cpu-utilization
I am arrogant and I can afford it because I deliver.

  • DaSilva
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Reply #60
What does this plugin do?

  • mutha
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Reply #61
What does this plugin do?


Yeah... i can't find info either... happy new 2008 year btw..

  • mudlord
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Reply #62
It is a DSP component that changes the pitch, tempo or playback rate in realtime, and these things can be changed independantly of each other.

  • tacitus10
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Reply #63
Any plans to release Soundtouch for Foobar2000 0.9.5?

  • Boobaloo
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Reply #64

site is down.

anyone have a mirror?

It wouldn't hurt to read the rest of the thread, I posted a sendspace link a while ago and it still works.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/dbuvjn



hm, which is newer? this file is 61k~, the other is 137k?



both seem to work though, but its odd to see the size difference.  file properties doesn't seem to show version details, neither does foobar..at least in any obvious way.

ah well


Any plans to release Soundtouch for Foobar2000 0.9.5?


why? both files seem to work. i'm using foobar 9.5.1
i'm using it to speed up audiobook/podcasts.
  • Last Edit: 22 March, 2008, 02:58:42 AM by Boobaloo

  • Dreamless
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Reply #65
Acropolis if you aren't banned would you consider adding hotkey support for your fine product? I would love to have different per song settings if possible.

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Reply #66
This component seems nice for audiobooks, but is there any way to calculate how to adjust pitch to attenuate pitch change when changing tempo? Soprano/bass isn't the voice I'd rather hear. Of course I can do it manually, but just an idea of how to tread would be nice.

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Reply #67
You should visit his blog.

  • Boobaloo
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Reply #68
This component seems nice for audiobooks, but is there any way to calculate how to adjust pitch to attenuate pitch change when changing tempo? Soprano/bass isn't the voice I'd rather hear. Of course I can do it manually, but just an idea of how to tread would be nice.



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the point of the time stretch is that it adjusts that for you.
no chipmunks


my only gripe is that it maxes out at 2x speed.  i'd like to tweak it further...sometiems material is ok at 2.5x for me, and that requires feeding it through a second go.

gomplayer is a software player that does time stretching on the fly.  can adjust in 10% increments, so its a good way to suss out what speed a content type is comfortable for you.  depending on accent/speaking style different stuff can be understood at different speed.  i find many british podcasts speak faster...so i can't ramp them quite as high

  • exxecutor
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Reply #69
This amazing plugin doesn't work with 0.9.6! Could someone re-compile it? Thank you!

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Reply #70
This amazing plugin doesn't work with 0.9.6! Could someone re-compile it? Thank you!

It works for me. I'm not sure what versions are out there, but try this one, it reports itself as v0.1 in fb2k's component list: http://www.sendspace.com/file/dbuvjn
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  • exxecutor
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Reply #71
It works for me. I'm not sure what versions are out there, but try this one, it reports itself as v0.1 in fb2k's component list: http://www.sendspace.com/file/dbuvjn
Thanks, but that's the version I had been using successfully with 0.9.5. Maybe, it's the combination of Vista64 in my case and foo 0.9.6. I'm getting the following error message:
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Failed to load DLL: foo_dsp_soundtouch.dll
Reason: This component is not compatible with this version of Windows and needs to be recompiled with a newer version of the foobar2000 SDK; please contact the author of this component to obtain an updated version of this component.

  • exxecutor
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Reply #72
Bump! Am I alone with this problem?

  • popatr
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Reply #73
you can set up windows xp compatability mode for foobar and the plugin will work.
http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/e...cf5f101033.mspx

  • exxecutor
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Reply #74
Thank you, I didn't think about that. Well, changing to xp compatibility mode made soundtouch work again.  Just interesting that in 0.9.5, it worked with "pure" vista.