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Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #50
I made a 64-bit version in October last year and it can be downloaded from http://www.saunalahti.fi/~cse/temp/MeierCrossfeedVSTx64.zip. When I made it I tested it in various VST hosts and while it worked fine in others, Equalizer APO crashed if one tried to access configuration. This component relies on the host to draw the sliders it needs and it looked like EqAPO didn't support that.

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #51
Thanks.
I found out that the Peace GUI EqAPO has a MeierCrossfeed functionality.

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #52
You can change the Strength parameter in Equalizer APO by editing the command. Note that a space must be appended by enclosing it in double quotes because the current plugin expects it. The value is 0.1 by default and has a range of 0 to 1.

Example command
VSTPlugin: Library MeierCrossfeed.dll "Strength " 0.1

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #53
Hey guys, I'm new to headphones but not to hi-fi. I really like the crossfeed idea. Does Case's Meier Crossfeed tool work with Audirvana? I'm using Tidal as my source and Audirvana is the only player that works with it.

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #54
I just downloaded the zip file. I must be completely ignorant, I don't know how to use this. A window popped up with a bunch of code and it says at the top : This program cannot be run in DOS mode.

How do I get this plugin to work?

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #55
Did you download the FB2K component, or the VST plugin version? The component you should should just be able to double click and it will automatically install, for the VST version you'll need a VST plugin host such as a DAW. No need to install VST version into FB2K when there's a native component version available.

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #56
I really love 20 on my Etymotic ER4SR, I can finally listen to metal without it sound like wall of mush fighting for space.
Got locked out on a password i didn't remember. :/

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #57
May I ask for the source code? (the part which does the actual processing)
I'm going to try replicating the effect to use in another player (not competing with foobar, as it's mainly for different platforms where foobar can't be run normally), and if I ever release that at all, it'll be open source & free and with the proper credits, of course.
I believe it's the extended version based on what the person who converted the hardware design to C code has written. But frankly the math behind the operation isn't too clear to me.
Is that piece in public access somewhere?
some ANC'd headphones + AutoEq-based impulse + Meier Crossfeed (30%)

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #58
Oh, I think I found it. It's in the Rockbox source code.  https://github.com/Rockbox/rockbox/blob/d64ff86fb6be22875cfae054f8a878dbd8b1472b/lib/rbcodec/dsp/crossfeed.c#L233
Can you please confirm or deny that the algorithm used in this component is the same as in Rockbox?
some ANC'd headphones + AutoEq-based impulse + Meier Crossfeed (30%)

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #59
Here's the sources of the component if you wish to take a look anyway.

 

Re: Case's Meier Crossfeed Component

Reply #60
Thank you so much!
some ANC'd headphones + AutoEq-based impulse + Meier Crossfeed (30%)

 
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