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System-wide Crossfeed - Windows any news?
I know there have been several similar posts before, but as they all seemed to be kinda inconclusive. Also, since there is another thread at this precise moment talking about ladspa plugins for Linux (and for the sake of watching films with said effect) I have to ask:

Has anyone found any (credible) instructions on how to get system-wide crossfeed support on either Linux or Windows?

If not, did anyone at least found a way to make VLC video player to do just that? It's just that, I got so used to having CF for music (foobar2000 on Windows, deadbeef on Linux, along with some other Android players) - that my brain cries out for such effect whenever I'm in front of my PC.

Edit: oops, forgot to write "Linux" on the title!
  • Last Edit: 06 November, 2017, 12:36:31 PM by includemeout
Listen to the music, not the media.

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Re: System-wide Crossfeed - Windows any news?
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Has anyone found any (credible) instructions on how to get system-wide crossfeed support on either Linux or Windows?
The Peace GUI for Equalizer APO supports crossfeed. You can use VST plugins in EQAPO as well as impulse files with the integrated convolver.
  • Last Edit: 06 November, 2017, 01:06:29 PM by ErnestS

Re: System-wide Crossfeed - Windows any news?
Reply #2
Cool! It even comes with video-tutorial. Much unlike the last time I tried a lapsa plugin on Linux and gave up after some time, so arcane the instructions were.

I'm definitely giving it a go, as soon as I'm free. Thanks!
Listen to the music, not the media.

Re: System-wide Crossfeed - Windows any news?
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Has anyone found any (credible) instructions on how to get system-wide crossfeed support on either Linux or Windows?
You can use VST plugins in EQAPO as well as impulse files with the integrated convolver.
I guess Peace's Crossfeed knob or the built-in Jan Meier's switch already provide what is needed without the need of any extra VST plugins, don't they?

Also, since the 90's, Creative Lab's own convolver (EAX), built into their soundcards and MP3 players, have never actually appealed to me in terms of actually enhancing my can listening experience - so, for this purpose alone, I think I'll just forgo it in favour of crossfeeding.
Listen to the music, not the media.