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I heart foo_dsp_delta!

Reply #25
this plugin's awesome! great for the crappy 128kbps files i have... makes them sound a lot lot better!

i'm using this dsp config:
Gap killer
Equalizer
Noise sharpening
Channel mixer
Advanced limiter

is that ok?
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Reply #26
Hi, how are you?

Is there another way to download this plug-in, like a Zip? 

Because I'm behind a firewall and can't download DLLs and EXEs

Thanks in advance!
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Reply #28
Yeah, i love this thing too. I used to have it up at 125, but the transients were too clear (noise, hissing etc)

Reducing it to 60 gives a much better result. I've got some really nice sound with foobar now.


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Reply #30
0.9 could really use this now that its out...

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Reply #31
Yeah yeah yeah here you go 

foo_dsp_delta for foobar2000 0.9 final


I'm glad to see that people are enjoying this plugin so much, even though it isn't much more than a little experimental boredom project.

Have fun!


PS: Special thanks to foosion for compiling as I don't have the necessary resources right now.
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Reply #32
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Yeah yeah yeah here you go 

foo_dsp_delta for foobar2000 0.9 final


I'm glad to see that people are enjoying this plugin so much, even though it isn't much more than a little experimental boredom project.

Have fun!


PS: Special thanks to foosion for compiling as I don't have the necessary resources right now.
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A big thank you to both you and foosion.

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Reply #33
If I'm not mistaken, the result of this component output is similar to a linear frequency raise? Since dsin(2pi*n*f*t)/dt = 2pi*n*cos(2pi*n*f*t), the added signal is dependent from f and its amplitude is higher at high frequencies.

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Reply #34
Yes. This is also quite easy to see if you use basic rules about the Fourier transform (pictures from Mathworld):
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Reply #35
What effect strenght are you guys using?

PS: It really makes a difference 8)

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Reply #36
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What effect strenght are you guys using?

PS: It really makes a difference 8)
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From 15% to 25% depending on the HF content of the music I'm listening to.
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Reply #37
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I'm glad to see that people are enjoying this plugin so much, even though it isn't much more than a little experimental boredom project.
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What? Are you kidding? This an awsome plugin. Really! Thank you so much.
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Reply #38
Well, basically (and this is imo another interesting - albeit somewhat obvious - observation in the vein of what foosion and djet talked about) the operation this plugin performs is very simple: It's merely a convolution with (-a 1+a), where a, the effect strength (or the factor a in f(t)+a*f(t), see my description earlier in this thread), is in [0; 2]

If you apply this on an image, you will see that it's simply an unilinear sharpening filter - hence the name I picked for the dsp effect.


@Chaser: I use anything from 0-200, depending on how muffled the recording is. I have a lot of live music on my harddisk, and a considerable amount of these recordings sounds a lot better to me with the help of foo_dsp_delta.
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Reply #40
Would it be possible to make a plugin that does the oppisite as well? I've got some recordings that sound very harsh. Preferably in a "passive" fashion to aviod clipping.

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Reply #41
What do you mean by "'passive' fashion?"

That aside, yes, I've been thinking about that. We'll see what happens.
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Reply #42
Negative gain instead of positive to avoid clipping.

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Reply #43
I had this awesome DSP before my computer got fried. Now, I'm trying to re-install it, but I'm having a problem.

I put the .dll file in the components folder.
I open foobar2000.
I get an error message that says:
"Failed to load DLL: foo_dsp_delta.dll
Reason: This component is missing a required dependency, or was made for different version of foobar2000."

Because of whatever this means, the noise sharpener doesn't appear in the DSP manager. Can anyone help me?

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Reply #44
realdaguro: First of all, what version of foobar are you using? 0.8.3 or 0.9?

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Reply #45
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I'm using v0.9. I can't find any other version.

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Reply #46
Make sure you downloaded the 0.9 version of foo_dsp_delta (second link in first post).

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Reply #47
Got this a few weeks ago, forgot to say thanks.  So thanks for the nice plugin

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Reply #48
Same, pretty nice. Good work :]

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Reply #49
Awesome, I really like the way it works.

 
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