[LAD] What KvR didn´t understand.

Ove Karlsen ove.karlsen at paradoxuncreated.com
Mon Jan 7 14:25:36 UTC 2013

I would like to take the oppourtunity to reply this with, that the 
psychiatry has become such an instritution of abuse, that bullies online 
have started using their phrases.

Please read: http://paradoxuncreated.com/Blog/wordpress/?p=1670

And recognize that this is a facist that only seeks to oppress and abuse 
you. And I am sure that the decent and respectable people in our 
civilization, has seen many of them, and I would like for you to take 
notice, that they use these kinds of expressions.

Having a political system, "social", which have people like these 
working in childcare, psychiatric care, or elder care. is ofcourse to 
ask for abuse. I think that most people know that such attitudes are not 
tolerated in privately owned institutions. And so ofcourse I argue 
privatization, and the universal monotheism that is on my page, see 
theology, that is according to Gods praises, worship and religion. And 
all the names of God are good.

Peace Be With You.

On 1/7/2013 2:27 PM, Vytautas Jancauskas wrote:
> This is completely off topic but are you mental?
> On Mon, Jan 7, 2013 at 3:01 PM, Ove Karlsen 
> <ove.karlsen at paradoxuncreated.com 
> <mailto:ove.karlsen at paradoxuncreated.com>> wrote:
>     On 1/7/2013 1:57 PM, Ove Karlsen wrote:
>         What KvR didn´t understand 10 yrs ago, and still don´t understand.
>         Why does digital synths often sound so bad? Either stale, or
>         harsh etc.
>         Let me tell you in complete truth and honesty, is has got
>         nothing to do with digital. It has something to do with the
>         engineers making the algorithms.
>         When I was a newbie DSP engineer, the first thing I tried was
>         making a TB-303 filter. Which is what a lot of people do
>         first. I talked to the people on #musicdsp, and they had
>         little clue, some had tried and said it was difficult or
>         impossible, some say they had succeded but their filters
>         didn´t sound too good.
>         On a few days, not having touched code, since I was 12 years
>         old, I did a resonance filter, that screamed and shreaked.
>         Some engineers in the KvR forum, said it was a bad thing to
>         do, because their job now got so much more difficult.
>         When in reality, it was not difficult at all. And this is
>         typical for those kinds of engineers. They don´t get into the
>         algorithm. They don´t understand what is going on. Instead
>         very unecesary high-level theorems, they try to fit into what
>         is simple analog feedback paths.
>         One of the guys even worked with supposedly professor for many
>         years, and they did not come up with anything good.
>         They argue it is something to do with frequency-response, for
>         instance, why the analog filters sound the way they do, and it
>         cannot completely be done in digial.
>         All this is just crazy trash.
>         Later I actually looked at the schematics for the 303, and
>         realized there was just four feedback-paths with one negative
>         feedback-path around. It is as simple as that. That is all
>         "analog vintage" synth-filters. There is absolutely no
>         obscurity going on, it is as simple as it can be.
>         Knowing that analog has a certain headroom, and that
>         components are a bit inaccurate, and there is often some
>         highpassing going on, due to the frequency-response of the
>         components, you can model that, VERY SIMPLY, and without much
>         cpu use. Some of the stuff released on KvR uses extreme cpu,
>         and even sounds bad.
>         Try this ok, in your synth, and you will realizing that
>         digital can sound just as good as analog, and without the
>         inaccuracies. And analog often has characteristics you DON´T
>         want. So it is even better.
>         Released under The Beneficient Open-source licence. Please
>         google it. Since this licence allows for functions alone, to
>         be released as opensource you can make it a function, and use
>         it alongside whatever else you use.
>         //licenced under The Beneficient Open-source Licence.
>                 // Osc lo-emph.
>                 b_lo = b_lo + ((-b_lo + b_v) * b_lfr); // for
>         emulating the analog-charateristic of more saturation in the
>         low-freq. (due to saturated buffers)
>                 b_v = b_v - b_lo;
>                 b_v = b_v + (b_lo * b_lgn);
>     // there was some earlier code here that was not intended in the
>     paste.
>                 if (i_ftype == 1) { // 24dB lowpass ("ladder")
>                     double b_rez = b_aflt5 - b_v; // sub = no
>         attenuation with rez.
>                     b_v = b_v - (b_rez*b_fres); // negative feedback
>         for resonance.
>                     b_v = b_v * b_off2; // gain offset
>                     b_v = b_v + ((fvar90-0.5)*2); // bias
>                     if (b_v > 1) {b_v = 1;} else if (b_v < -1) {b_v =
>         -1;} // clip
>                     //sat/soften clip.
>                     double b_vr = b_v; if (b_vr < 0) {b_vr = -b_vr;}
>                     b_vr = 1-b_vr;
>                     b_vr = pow(b_vr,fvar91*10); // something I tested
>         at the time, this is a filter from my synth "Abdullah", and
>         work in progress.
>                     b_vr = 1-b_vr;
>                     if (b_v < 0) {b_vr = -b_vr;}
>                     b_v = b_vr;
>                     b_v = b_v - ((fvar90-0.5)*2); // bias
>                     b_v = b_v / b_off2;
>         // you can also do clipping at 0.0001 for instance, and mix,
>         and get a little resonance buildup, before resonance hits the
>         audible range. A bit similar to how some zero-cross distortion
>         works.
>                     b_aflt1 = b_aflt1 + ((-b_aflt1 + b_v) * b_fenva);
>                     b_aflt2 = b_aflt2 + ((-b_aflt2 + b_aflt1) * b_fenva);
>                     b_aflt3 = b_aflt3 + ((-b_aflt3 + b_aflt2) * b_fenva);
>                     b_aflt4 = b_aflt4 + ((-b_aflt4 + b_aflt3) * b_fenva);
>                     b_v = b_aflt4;
>                     b_hp = b_hp + ((-b_hp + b_v) * b_fhp); // highpass
>         to emulate analog, and get nice resonance, and also remove DC.
>                     b_v = b_v - b_hp;
>                     b_aflt5 = b_v;
>                 }
>         That is the ultimate "analog" filter, completely digital, and
>         without inaccuracies, and ofcourse with perfect keytracking etc.
>         Forget all the obfuscating arrogant atheist KvR-nerds. This is
>         the real deal.
>         And all my DSP is just as perfect, and they never did anything
>         of that either.
>         And Unix-philosophy is really close to my philosophy of "least
>         obscurity". So it would be natural for this to develop and
>         etablish itself on Linux. I was a "hacker" in my teens, and I
>         guess many who have been into hacking, and brilliant
>         programming, really celebrates God, and ofcourse comes to the
>         same idea of least obcurity, which is also very much like
>         (non-idolaterous) religion.
>         Instead ofcourse KvR bans the brilliant, who even talks about
>         a peacebringing religion, and peaceful meditation, according
>         to Gods praises, and the highest of intelligence, infinite
>         human unfolding and rights, if you wish. And  that is the
>         incoherent idolater/faithless.
>         Peace Be With You.
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