[LAD] simulating analog audio devices part II

porl sheean porl42 at gmail.com
Mon Jun 18 15:06:28 UTC 2007

wow, i never heard of qucs before, but it looks really interesting. so many
choices :)


On 18/06/07, Robin Gareus <robin at gareus.org> wrote:
> Giuseppe Zompatori wrote:
> Wow, your ltSpice simulation sounds really real! I hoped to get ngSpice
> to do the same.
> > Now days I am messing around with GNUCap and QUCS (http://qucs.sf.net)
> > to which I just ported my first tube model whose plate voltage/grid
> > current curves look like that:
> great! looking forward to listening to those ;)
> > Hopefully a way to inject wav files in both GNUCap and QUCS will come
> > true as they both seem better than spice derived programs.
> the sndfile&resample wrappers that I patched into ngSpice just work with
> GNUCap and QUCS too. GNUCap is still quite unusable (segfaults on large
> data sets) but I've elaborated on the QUCS hack - It's much slower
> than ngSpice, but indeed more accurate (at least the timing); I'm still
> to run some tests..  http://mir.dnsalias.com/oss/spicesound/qucs -
> (highly experimental) - I did not get to clean it up last week as I
> intended to and can't spare any time this week either.. - but I plan to
> revisit the issue properly over the summer.
> keep in touch,
> robin
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