Steve Harris wrote:
On Mon, Dec 02, 2002 at 11:11:54 +0900, Patrick
What about making a new plugin called eg. Analog
glow, which is simply
the "lowpass->valve sim->lowpass" combination. That could save you some
time and be more universally applicable.
I think I probably gave the impression that its easier than it is, this
will help for some plugins, but a better solution is for me to just fix
the hard sounding plugins. To get the best results its often neccesary to
mess with the insides.
Fair enough. But it could still be a useful addition esp *when* we have
hundreds of people contributing plugins that are not quite up to
standard but would still benefit from this combination.
I'm considering splitting my plugin set into two
building block plugins, that wouldn't particualrly sound good on thier own
(the sort of thing that is ideal for SSM, AMS or PD). eg. basic filters,
envelope followers, oscilators, simple delays etc.
"general" plugins that are more well rounded, eg. reverbs, choruses, more
complex delays etc.
That latter set should all be de-harshed, the former wouldn't.
Comments? I guess if everyone is always going to download both sets it'd
be a waste of time.
My guess is that people want as many plugins and fx as they can find so
splitting the package doesn't seem neccessary. However grouping the
plugins using the rdf format you have developed would be helpful.
Patrick Shirkey - Boost Hardware Ltd.
For the discerning hardware connoisseur
- The Linux Audio Users guide
Being on stage with the band in front of crowds shouting, "Get off! No!
We want normal music!", I think that was more like acting than anything
I've ever done.
Goldie, 8 Nov, 2002