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Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

I hope this is the right place to ask, as it is my first time posting outside the foobar2000 sub forum. I use a couple stereo impulses I found several years ago when I listen to music on headphones, and foobar2000 has a stereo convolution component that works perfectly with them. No problems there. I want to also use these impulses for listening to other things, such as music in a web browser. I have EqualizerAPO installed, and while it doesn't have a built-in stereo convolver (only mono), it does accept 64 bit VSTs. After searching for several hours, I have only found 32 bit VSTs, expensive paid-for VSTs, and one technically-free 64 bit VST that requires me to enter payment information in order to download (hmm...). Would anyone be able to link me to a good one? Again, I need a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST (usually these are labeled as True Stereo Convolution Reverb VSTs).
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Re: Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

Reply #1
I was able to register ConvologyXT from a Google link and download it from the main site. You can't use it without a serial number, but it is free to get one. No help needed anymore.

Link in case anyone stumbles across this thread:
https://impulserecord.com/cvxt-library-downloads/
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Re: Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

Reply #2
I would be careful with VST plugins, used on of them as convolver, and it was not implemented correctly at all.
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Re: Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

Reply #3
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I have EqualizerAPO installed, and while it doesn't have a built-in stereo convolver (only mono) ...
Isn't it possible to configure 2 mono convolvers, one for one channel and one for another?

Re: Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

Reply #4
I would be careful with VST plugins, used on of them as convolver, and it was not implemented correctly at all.
Thanks for the heads-up. It took some configuring, but now the VST in EQAPO sounds just like the Stereo Convolver for foobar2000 with the same impulses. I had to combine them into one 4-channel .WAV for it to work, and the VST shows it as TS (True Stereo). The order of channels for ConvologyXT is as follows:
1. Left to Left (direct)
2. Left to Right (crossfeed)
3. Right to Left (crossfeed)
4. Right to Right (direct)

To respond to danadam, no I don't think that would work. If you're using crossfeed, the plugin needs to work in stereo, otherwise it just turns everything into mono.
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Re: Looking for a freeware 64 bit Stereo Convolution VST

Reply #5
True Stereo convolution works by convolving Left and Right input channels with different 2 channel IR (so IR file must have 4 channels), so it gives output of 4 channel. The output of 4 channels are later properly mixed to give 2 channels output.
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