Sorry touccer, you were right.Try the download again, should be fixed this time.
Quote from: mudlord on 14 December, 2010, 07:33:16 AMSorry touccer, you were right.Try the download again, should be fixed this time.I've noticed a problem in the latest version, in version 0.3 when i use the parametric eq to enhance the bass i've noticed an effective increase of bass but with the new version this not happen, and can i know what quality slider should be?
How does the bass booster work? Is it just a low shelf with a steep slope, a peak, or something fancier? It sounds alright nonetheless.
touccer, fixed for next version.QuoteHow does the bass booster work? Is it just a low shelf with a steep slope, a peak, or something fancier? It sounds alright nonetheless.Its fancier, custom IIR filter. Read source for details on coefficients.Hmmm, could have missed something in the port.
Sounds interesting, to say the least. Know any names of CD's which indeed use this? I haven't ran into such CDs in my collection with cuesheets like that, and I mainly rip with FB2K, anyway.Or at the very least, a EAC ripped CUE with such info?I was thinking along the lines of a audio preprocessor service, built into the component. That way, you don't need to activate any DSP: its all automatic...
... much like the HDCD and DTS plugins
I've installed the Dll, but I don't see any changes in Foobar. find the effects, where are they?
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