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General - (fb2k) / Re: Help please using Foobar replaygain and set up
Last post by Kraeved -
Source: 192 kHz. What is the proper way to setup Replaygain to get true peaks here? I am confused.

Checking both “Downsample high definition content” and “True peak scan with SoX upsample x4” seems contradicting: 192000->44100->176000. And if I use “True peak scan” alone, then what? 192000×4 (768000) sounds like nonsense.
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: De-emphasis components
Last post by SHM-CD -
In foo_dsp_effect / IIR Filter / High-shelf filter, I believe you enter the "full gain" as below:

1) math calculation: F = 5811.52 Hz, Gain = -10.46 dB, Q = 0.500

2) simulation results: F = 5780 Hz, Gain = -10.4 dB, Q = 0.500

Could not edit previous post, Thanks
SHM-CD
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: De-emphasis components
Last post by SHM-CD -
I just watched Gary Galo's updated video presentation from October 19, 2022 below:

Red-Book De-Emphasis Using the iZotope RX EQ Module, Presented by Gary Galo

youtube.com/watch?v=pSjvVNz4Rlk

His final CD De-emphasis settings calculated using mathematics are:

1) math calculation: F = 5811.52 Hz, mid Gain = -5.23 dB, Q = 0.5
accuracy: +/- 0.015 dB, 20 Hz - 20 kHz.

2) simulation results: F = 5780 Hz, mid Gain = -5.2 dB, Q = 0.5
accuracy: +/- 0.025 dB, 20 Hz - 20 kHz.

In foo_dsp_effect / IIR Filter / High-shelf filter, I believe you enter the "full gain" as below:

1) math calculation: F = 5811.52 Hz, mid Gain = -10.46 dB, Q = 0.500

2) simulation results: F = 5780 Hz, mid Gain = -10.4 dB, Q = 0.500

Thanks
SHM-CD
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3rd Party Plugins - (fb2k) / Re: foo_vis_spectrum_analyzer
Last post by MaFred -
You understood me wrong: why are you using linear Scaling mode? Most spectrum analyzers use Logarithmic by default.
Yes, I misunderstood that, sorry. If I set Scaling to Linear, the text scale is displayed correctly. Thank you!
I had used the same settings for both Spectrums. Strangely enough, this led to a completely different result for the Spectrum with both stereo channels.