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vstplug useful tools

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Thu Nov 21, 2019 7:28 pm

hi all I have been away, there has been a death in the family.

however, been busy with useful stuff for you and flowstone.

here you go.

been studying trig, used some.

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lufs flowstone standard.rar
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rbj custom filters using la pi2 variation - 13 (including live selecter).rar
rbj - does everything
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single and double click differentiator.rar
useful
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Re: vstplug useful tools

Postby adamszabo » Thu Nov 21, 2019 7:43 pm

Sorry for your loss, my condolences. Thank you for the files ;)
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Re: vstplug useful tools

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:37 pm

thanks, the rbj filters use My own take on a more efficient version of pi. I'll have to make a special tester which allows Me to compare the difference in sample rates.

I'll post the results of that experiment soon likely.

Here's more tools including an amazing list box. It does not have edit functionality and also does not use loops. I suppose that makes it possible to use it for larger arrays.

It also auto numbers.

I do not know if you guys remember but I had asked about a variation of euler's constant and how it can be used for attack and release with the calculations of time in milliseconds. Well, I finally solved that and it is included in the vst plug tools file.

vstplug tools.rar
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OK, so also; as most know who frequent here I'm just a person who does not quit in the way of trying to make an equalizer. I finally got it beat and made a the best version using flowstone I have tried.

It's also the simplest algorithm and I was able to incorporate double clicking the bells. This before had been impossible using just primitives but I was able to incorporate ruby code to achieve that.

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imperium_eq_1-2-4_public.rar
imperium eq example
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use it for whatever, but please cite Me as a source CCBY, LE Attol/VSTplug 2019

OK, also I used LUFS / LU as a way of improving My limiter called the esquire. Want to see how that was done?

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here you go:
LA Esquire 2 - Stainless Version v0087 - public version.fsm
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and here is the youtube video for that:
https://youtu.be/nQdNsWnM3u0
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Re: vstplug useful tools

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Sat Jan 11, 2020 3:47 pm

I was able after some work to get a schematic working well with these same RBJ filters working with a few MJ types (Made by Infuzion 2009 and anonymous) which only used 2% CPU after width and enhancement effects for 12 biquads.

It's turned out well and I post just as a heads up that these filters work very well and are as fast as a RBJ filter can be. Sometimes though, a CPU cheap filter is useful. I like to use an MJ for 14k, 16k 62hz and 100hz, the rest I use RBJ.

RBJ does not make a chirping noise so it's ideal to use MJ merely to save 0.25% cpu. In the cae of 8K, RBJ esses rarely. Commercially it allows a many band EQ quite a challenge should you be utilizing width effects and perhaps the innovation of passive mono cross fading which can take its toll on a CPU.

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