2011/2/27 Giuseppe Zompatori :
Oh well. :-)
>> I don't even know if I would charge for such plug-ins and/or release
Well... they seem to have a lot of stuff there. :-)
However, I wonder how they do it... I think they are probably using
some black box modeling, since multiple nonlinearities+feedback in a
single system is very hard to model.
The kind of stuff I'm trying to do is accurately model a class A amp
with a single triode using white box techniques... to give you an idea
of what it sounds like see this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdNtmaIdLdo - it is part of my MSc
thesis presentation (100.000 lire guitar, dated and slow laptop, cheap
speaker and cheap camera... only the sound card is good).
I guess you speak Italian (at least your name suggests that), so enjoy
my weird southern accent. :-P
> I would personally prefer desktop LV2 versions of your plug-ins, they
Sure, that would be the path to follow.
> And I would prefer GPL'ed plug-ins and be willing to donate, I don't
Well, they say guitarix has improved, yet the last time I was all but
satisfied with it. You may want to take a look at invada plugins, if
you haven't already.
>> However, correct me if I am wrong, I don't think most Android
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