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Reply #1
Version 0.6 highlights: Fixed various user interface bugs that crept into the last release. Merged the Bass Boost DSP into the IIR filter class and user interface, where it belongs.

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Reply #2
I would really love it if timestretch were added.

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Reply #3
Thanks a million, great stuff !!!

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Reply #4
Uploaded the source to the latest version, 0.7.1.

[attachment=6363:foo_dsp_..._110210_.zip]

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Reply #5
Uploaded the source to the latest version, 0.7.1.

[attachment=6363:foo_dsp_..._110210_.zip]

Hi. Is there a source code for tempo shift? I couldn't find it in your archive.
Thanks

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Reply #6
I was under the illusion that no one gave a damn about the source code. 


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Reply #8
It does answer the question. The source is private because I thought no one gave a damn.

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Reply #9
It does answer the question. The source is private because I thought no one gave a damn.

Well, now when there is interest, can you please publish it?

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Reply #10
What code segments do you want, just the tempo shift?


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Reply #12
svn.mudlord.info/foobar2000


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Reply #14
Hi I am looking for a high-pass filter which cut off by example below 20Hz ~ 250Hz tried to use this filter, but unfortunately does not cut me as expected. There is a possibility of this expansion pack filters of the band-pass or hgh-pass? Adjustable cut-off?
Regards

 
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