One question: what exactly does the sliders for EQ (low-shelf and Volume): In which situations they can do what??
Xnor, do you recomend having crossfeed turned on or off with mono material?
Quote from: markanini on 05 October, 2011, 11:18:38 AMXnor, do you recomend having crossfeed turned on or off with mono material?Right now the component only processes stereo so you can leave it turned on all the time.Maybe I'll add dual-mono crossfeeding in a future version.
[...] but I'm not sure about what it means for something like a >1960s needledrop or a mono recording of a solo instrumment (other than sounding like it's played back through a stereo set-up).
My usual question as i use also wmp12 in some cases. Xnor, is there any chance to make xfeed also as wmp12 audio dsp MF Transform plugin?Thanks for your work on this.
...but if (free) time permits I will look into it.
ILD LF means interaural level difference at low frequenciesITD LF time is for interaural delay between ears at low frequencies in msILD HF interaural level difference at high frequenciesITD HF time is interaural delay between ears at high frequenciesF central is used to adjust the frequency between lows and highs
Thanks, I found this component very easy to tweak , and the explanations quite good.
I don't know to which speaker position this would correspond, but that's nice & enough subtle .
I know a free vst "head-fit" that seems similar , but that introduces more settings, I copy/paste:
Well that's hard to say. Those ILD values are an indication of a wide angle, the ITD on the other hand corresponds to about 10° if I'm not mistaken. But since the ILD dominates with your settings I guess the ITD value doesn't matter very much.