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I think the AutoFilter has something wrong.
Whatever settings I use it always yields the same low frequency sound, as
low pass filter. It happens even with the other mode - bandpass.
According to the webpage doc, in default settings it should work as a
AutoWah but it doesn't.
2013/1/16 Tim Goetze
> This release of CAPS, likely to be the last for some time unless major
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HelloI think the AutoFilter has someth=
ing wrong.=A0Whatever settings I use it always yi=
elds the same low frequency sound, as low pass filter. It happens even with=
the other mode - bandpass.
According to the webpage doc, in default settings=
it should work as a AutoWah but it doesn't.=
Any ideas?Kind regards
=A02013/1/16 Tim Goetze <firstname.lastname@example.org>
This release of CAPS, likely to be the last =
for some time unless major
bugs surface, brings
* performance and sound improvements for AmpVTS,
* selection of peak or RMS measurement in Compress,
* 4x128 saturating mode for Compress,
* 2x,4x and 8x oversampling for AutoFilter, and
* more filter types for AutoFilter.
The bug in 0.9.4 that rendered the AmpVTS tonestack selection control
inoperative has been rectified.
Probably appreciated only by its author or other digital
palaeontologists, the CabinetIII plugin has been reintroduced.
CabinetIV is still recommended over it because of the wider range of
models, sample rate independency and lesser computational demands.
Sample rate dependencies have been removed from NoiseGate, and its
attack time is now configurable.
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