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  • lvqcl
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foo_dsp_lowpass plugin
Lowpass filter.
Can be used before lossy encoding, if your encoder of choice doesn't have lowpass filter with arbitrary frequency.
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foo_dsp_lowpass plugin
Reply #1
This is what I was looking for. Many thanks
  • Last Edit: 09 April, 2010, 03:54:33 PM by Steve Forte Rio

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Reply #2
Can u PLEASE implement a -24dB Subsonic Filter (HighPass) too?! I would be VERY pleased, cause thats what i miss "right from beginning"

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Reply #3
Can u PLEASE implement a -24dB Subsonic Filter (HighPass) too?! I would be VERY pleased, cause thats what i miss "right from beginning"


This lowpass filter is just a part of SoX resampler. This plugin is just truncated resampler plugin.
I don't know how to properly implement subsonic highpass filter.

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  • markanini
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So far this has been a sort of week-end fun-time a plugin in for me. I load my playlist with sufficiently percussive material, then I set freq to 3500 and width to 1%. The chirpy ringing is really amusing. From here on tweaking phase lets you hear the difference between pre-ringing and post-ringing very clearly.

I suppose the default width of 5% is reasonable when used prior to lossy encoding?