[linux-audio-dev] [ann] preamp.so

Lamar Owen lamar.owen at wgcr.org
Tue Nov 12 16:26:09 UTC 2002

On Tuesday 12 November 2002 09:49, Tim Goetze wrote:
> more interesting is that if you feed it a sine wave, the
> circuit *never* clips the lower lobe, it rather seems to
> compress so the lower lobe never hits the end of the curve.
> it does clip the lower lobe of a triangle however.

This is interesting.

> <diy tips for spice>
> if you'd like to run spice yourself, it's fairly easy: fetch
> spice3f5sfix.tar.gz (google for it, i think it's on sunsite)
> and run the spice binary on the netlist linked from the preamp
> page.

So the SPICE sims have helped.  Great!  I know that SPICE is the cat's meow 
for electronic/electrical design problems, which is where I've used it in the 
past.  It's just not quite fast enough to do real-time effects processing, 
even on current hardware.
Lamar Owen
WGCR Internet Radio
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