[LAU] [ann] CAPS 0.4.0
d_baron at 012.net.il
Sun Jun 17 13:50:22 EDT 2007
On Sunday 17 June 2007, Dragan Noveski wrote:
> David Baron wrote:
> > On Sunday 17 June 2007, Tim Goetze wrote:
> >> The C* Audio Plugin Suite reincarnates as version 0.4.0.
> >> CAPS is a collection of LADSPA plugins enjoying worldwide favour for
> >> its instrument amplifier emulation. In addition, it provides a
> >> sizeable assortment of acclaimed audio DSP units, sound generators and
> >> effects. CAPS is distributed as open source under the terms of the
> >> GNU Public License.
> >> http://quitte.de/dsp/caps.html
> >> http://quitte.de/dsp/caps_0.4.0.tar.gz
> >> This release sees the addition of the fine work of David Yeh at CCRMA
> >> on the emulation of classic tube amplifier tone stack circuits (more
> >> here: http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~dtyeh/tonestack/ ).
> >> Three new plugins are building on the tone stack: ToneStack and
> >> ToneStackLT offer isolated implementations, while the new AmpVTS unit
> >> combines a refined AmpV and a ToneStack circuit. I'm very grateful to
> >> David for his brilliant contribution, and I'm quite positive that
> >> those who actively use the CAPS Amps will share this sentiment.
> >> Also primarily aimed at the discerning guitarist is the new AutoWah
> >> plugin, offering a versatile rendition of this classic audio effect.
> >> The last new plugin is Eq2x2, a two-channel 10-band graphic equalizer
> >> modeled after an analogue design.
> >> -*-
> >> Beyond the new plugins, this release also brings tons of major
> >> improvements "under the hood". All plugins have been hardened to work
> >> glitch-free in the face of invalid control input. Much effort has
> >> also been spent on further elimination of denormal numbers everywhere.
> >> Parameter smoothing (which is performed in order to prevent zipper
> >> noise) has been refined never to occur at the start of processing.
> >> The build process can now be configured to take advantage of the SSE
> >> and SSE3 extensions on the i686 platform, providing slight performance
> >> gains and automatic denormal protection. The HTML documentation has
> >> been thoroughly updated to reflect all changes. Finally, thanks to
> >> Paul Winkler CAPS now comes with an improved RDF file containing
> >> plugin categorisation.
> >> For the near-complete list of changes please see
> >> http://quitte.de/dsp/caps.html#Changelog
> >> -*-
> >> Don't hesitate to let me know what you think.
> >> Enjoy, and thank you for using CAPS,
> >> Tim
> > Better compile using G++-4.0. 4.1 fails with an internal compiler error
> > compiling ToneStack.cc. I filed a bug for the debian G++-4.1 as
> > instructed. G++-4.0 compiles fine.
> strange, here it makes the same error with g++-3.4 and with g++-4.2 too.
> the strange thing is that i don't find the version 4.0 in debian testing.
> david, if you are on debian testing, can you please tell me what is the
> entry in your /etc/apt/sources.lst?
I guess the thing should be -O2 as suggested. I do not get any installation or
duplicate entry errors in the compile.
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