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  • markanini
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Reply #25
That would be awesome but I can't but I can't help but wonder about floating point processing. Is that even possible?

  • mudlord
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Reply #26
Winamp DSP API doesn't do float, only ints.

  • markanini
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Reply #27
(OTOH, it is possible to write a DSP plugin that will cancel this limiter...)

Any chance you could build that?

  • lvqcl
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Reply #28
Any chance you could build that?

Here it is... foo_dsp_invhardlimit ver 0.0.1
Put it before foo_dsp_wnamp.

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Reply #29
So I was going to try to use this foobar plugin to attempt to load this vocal remover:

http://www.analogx.com/contents/download/A...er/Freeware.htm

however, it appears version 1.4.7 of this plugin no longer works with foobar2000.

Failed to load DLL: foo_dsp_winamp.dll
Reason: Wrong version number; this component appears to have been built with an outdated version of the foobar2000 SDK and needs to be recompiled with newer version in order to load; please contact the author of this component to obtain an updated version of this component.


Anyone have the source to this that they'd be willing to recompile or at least share?

Thank you,

saviormoney

  • lvqcl
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Reply #30
Works here. Component from post #21 and foobar2000 1.2.6

  • DJ_DOGGY
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Reply #31
Yeah , will it be a version that exclude the limiter to -3 db? In this way we will install only the plugin. Now we must install other things to cancel this?!

  • markanini
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Reply #32
I'm I the only one getting audio glitches in the last fb2k versions?

  • Gio-Gio
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Reply #33
This effect looks more like "Hard -6dB limiter", actually. Make sure that input signal's amplitude <= 0.5 (aka -6.02 dB FS) and the results will be much better.
hmmm, I am afraid I did not understand. What looks like "hard -6"?, The Winamp Bridge? Or the effects mentioned by the other users?
If for example I use this Winamp Bridge to load the Winamp version of the Electric-Q plugin (the other version keeps crashing all the time), would I have to "Make sure that input signal's amplitude <= 0.5 (aka -6.02 dB FS)"?
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Reply #34
hmmm, I am afraid I did not understand. What looks like "hard -6"?, The Winamp Bridge? Or the effects mentioned by the other users?
foo_dsp_winamp has permanent limiter, and it's not possible to switch it off.

If for example I use this Winamp Bridge to load the Winamp version of the Electric-Q plugin (the other version keeps crashing all the time), would I have to "Make sure that input signal's amplitude <= 0.5 (aka -6.02 dB FS)"?
Yes.