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Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #25
Sorry about the stupid regression with missing popup for simple effects, fixed just now in 0.8.

Regarding startup delays -
These are due to startup of VST host process per DSP instance. I can probably work around them by keeping a persistent process. The current solution can indeed get nasty with multiple VST effects in the chain.
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Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #26
Sorry about the stupid regression with missing popup for simple effects, fixed just now in 0.8.

Regarding startup delays -
These are due to startup of VST host process per DSP instance. I can probably work around them by keeping a persistent process. The current solution can indeed get nasty with multiple VST effects in the chain.

Thank you for the reply and for the update! It would be fabulous if you can create a work around by keeping a persistent process. I experienced significant lag of a couple of seconds even with just one VST in the chain compared to the VST 2.4 immediate response as outlined above, but perhaps this is unavoidable? For "play" of a track this is not such a big deal, it's with interaction, such as changing a parameter where the lag between trying different settings becomes more of a problem, due to the brain's need to use working memory to make reliable detailed comparison of auditory signals. I e, the brain becomes unreliable if the comparison of two sounds are more than 10-15 seconds apart.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #27
Note: foobar2000 v1.6.14 released, with changes relevant to new VST adapter backported, so if you want to use this component properly, you're no longer required to use foobar2000 v2.0 betas.
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Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #28
Also, I know I'm repeating myself, but PLEASE use LATEST foobar2000 with the VST adapter.

ALL foobar2000 versions PRIOR TO v2.0 beta 13 / v1.6.14 RESTART the VST with EACH CHANGE OF SETTINGS. Some of the above reports sound like exactly that. The old foo_vst component had its own workarounds for this limitation, some of them resulted in general instability and unpredictable behavior. I'm fixing this properly.

I released foobar2000 v1.6.14 today mainly to fix this. Please make sure you have updated foobar2000 before reporting bugs in this component.

Thanks.


Going over other reported issues-
Confirmed odd interaction with live changes of ChowTapeModel settings, will look into it.
We are the bork. Your software bugs will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #29
Also, I know I'm repeating myself, but PLEASE use LATEST foobar2000 with the VST adapter.

ALL foobar2000 versions PRIOR TO v2.0 beta 13 / v1.6.14 RESTART the VST with EACH CHANGE OF SETTINGS. Some of the above reports sound like exactly that. The old foo_vst component had its own workarounds for this limitation, some of them resulted in general instability and unpredictable behavior. I'm fixing this properly.

I released foobar2000 v1.6.14 today mainly to fix this. Please make sure you have updated foobar2000 before reporting bugs in this component.

Thanks.


Going over other reported issues-
Confirmed odd interaction with live changes of ChowTapeModel settings, will look into it.

Thank you! A question, in the future will using multiple visual VST interface windows simultaneously be possible, or is that something the new VST adapter will not support?

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #30
A future version will add better means of using VSTs as visualisations / keeping their panels open outside of foobar2000 DSP manager.

New update, fixed missing live config tracking with ChowTapeModel and more.
We are the bork. Your software bugs will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #31
Still "VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.8 (2022-11-23)"
https://www.foobar2000.org/components/view/foo_dsp_vst3

Not "Current version: 0.9, released on 2022-11-24"

Thanks.
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Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #32
@Air KEN
VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.9 (2022-11-24) is available for download

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #33
Hi :) NetRanger
really?
Still "VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.8 (2022-11-23)"
MD5: 221c1b5f1be4447543d63b518f735452

foobar2000 v2.0 beta 13 64bit

I also tried with other WEB Browser (Google Chrome, Vivaldi, Microsoft Edge)
I also tried it on another PC (Win10, Win11, Ubuntu)

orz
SHURE SRH1840, SENNHEISER HD660S, Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO, HIFIMAN HE5se, Ultrasone Performance 880, AKG K712 PRO, Bowers & Wilkins P7, SONY MDR-1AM2, Bose QuietComfort 45, SONY WH-1000XM3 (made a Upgrade/Balanced Cable by myself) Shall I write more?

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #34
Hi :) NetRanger
really?
Still "VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.8 (2022-11-23)"
MD5: 221c1b5f1be4447543d63b518f735452

I also tried with other WEB Browser (Google Chrome, Vivaldi, Microsoft Edge)
I also tried it on another PC (Win10, Win11, Ubuntu)

orz

for me "Adapter 0.9"
wagner reatto


 

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #36
foobar2000 v2.0 beta 13 32bit and foobar2000 v1.6.14 are fine.

foo_dsp_vst3.dll (2022-11-24 03:07:38 UTC)
VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.9
MD5: 221c1b5f1be4447543d63b518f735452
SHURE SRH1840, SENNHEISER HD660S, Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO, HIFIMAN HE5se, Ultrasone Performance 880, AKG K712 PRO, Bowers & Wilkins P7, SONY MDR-1AM2, Bose QuietComfort 45, SONY WH-1000XM3 (made a Upgrade/Balanced Cable by myself) Shall I write more?

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #37
A future version will add better means of using VSTs as visualisations / keeping their panels open outside of foobar2000 DSP manager.

New update, fixed missing live config tracking with ChowTapeModel and more.

Fabulous, thank you!

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #38
Hi :) NetRanger
really?
Still "VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.8 (2022-11-23)"
MD5: 221c1b5f1be4447543d63b518f735452

foobar2000 v2.0 beta 13 64bit

I also tried with other WEB Browser (Google Chrome, Vivaldi, Microsoft Edge)
I also tried it on another PC (Win10, Win11, Ubuntu)

orz

Same thing here.  The 64-bit foobar v2 beta 13 still shows the vst adapter version as ".8" in the components list after attempting to update to .9 using either "check for updates" or manually downloading and applying .9.

This did not happen with foobar 1.6.14 which correctly shows ".9" after auto-update.  Apparently the 32-bit version of v2 does update correctly also.

Peter can you fix this?

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #39
Looking at the downloaded package for ".9" shows that the dll in the "x64" subfolder has the same date/time/size as that in the ".8" package, while the 32-bit dll has definitely been updated from the .8 package in all 3 attributes.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #40
Yeah, I was always worried that some idiot could trigger an updateloop by uploading a component with version number mismatch.
...
Turns out I'm the idiot.

Version 0.9 reuploaded. No code changes, added proper 64bit binary.
We are the bork. Your software bugs will be added to our own. Resistance is futile.

Re: New VST adapter for foobar2000

Reply #41
solved. Thanks. :)

foo_dsp_vst3.dll (2022-11-24 22:57:06 UTC)
    VST 2.x/3.x Adapter 0.9
foo_dsp_vst3.fb2k-component
MD5: 0a1f8a6cb97f1129bbb1904d15b307e0
SHURE SRH1840, SENNHEISER HD660S, Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO, HIFIMAN HE5se, Ultrasone Performance 880, AKG K712 PRO, Bowers & Wilkins P7, SONY MDR-1AM2, Bose QuietComfort 45, SONY WH-1000XM3 (made a Upgrade/Balanced Cable by myself) Shall I write more?