I guess that is to prevent adding any extra gain that might perhaps damage the speakers.
From the "components" section, I installed the EQ from some folder where the dll was located. I though maybe I had to apply some admin right for this to work but apparantly that was not necessary.
I wonder, your version list has the following item; "higher throughput especially with simple configurations" and I wonder what it means, can you please say something about that?
You are making good progress on an excellent EQ. Got to get to presets, though.Bob
Would you prefer something like in the built-in EQ (import from and export to a preset file) or something like in the DSP manager (load and save presets into the user profile)?
Heya,here's another creation of mine, a graphic equalizer.As of the current version it features: 31 bands (1/3rd octave width) boost/cut range of +-18 dB in .5 dB steps master gain (can be set manually or automatically => prevents clipping for the most part) minimum phase (=> no pre-echo) approximates a smooth frequency response (=> no 'steps' between the bands)Since this is my first fb2k plugin that's a bit more complex this plugin should be considered experimental, use it at your own risk.Please let me know if you encounter any bugs, thanks.There's still room for optimizations and new features.. DownloadUsage1) Install the downloaded zip file using the Components preferences page.2) Add "Graphic Equalizer" to the list of active DSPs (Playback - DSP Manager preferences page).3) Configure it.Screenshots:Resulting frequency response in green (compared to built-in EQ in red):Note that the boost in the lowest octaves isn't possible with the built-in EQ.
hey xnor, just a quick thank-you from a fellow Monkey Island fan.Great component, a lot more flexible than the built-in EQ.Quote from: xnor on 28 May, 2011, 10:18:35 AMWould you prefer something like in the built-in EQ (import from and export to a preset file) or something like in the DSP manager (load and save presets into the user profile)?You can put me down for importing/exporting to a preset file.
When I am in the main window view I click on "view"- "equalizer" what pops open is the standard equalizer window!Is that right or is there some hidden setting that I need to find so that when I hit "view" - "equalizer" it actually shows me the window for your equalizer?
I also checked appdata which took me to "AppData" - "Roaming" - "foobar2000" and when I opened that there was a folder "user-components", inside which was a folder titled "Pending" inside which was a folder with the name of your dll and inside that folder was the actually dll file. Is that "pending" significant? Do I need to reboot my computer to get it working fully?