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Am 30.06.2014 00:53, schrieb Paul Davis:
Okay, I understand that.
I speak about that I use the faust version of zita-rev1, which in fact
didn't have calibrated controls.
Fons was once pleased with it when it was ported by Julius. He said,
> Because Julius is a person I respect, and he tried to get
But now, when I implement it in guitarix, this exactly version from
julius, it is marked as a "perfectly reason to leave Oped Source".
I fail to understand that.
The difference between a Interface produced by faust, and those produced
by guitarix is indeed just the style (color and form of the knobs).
For finding the preset you are looking for, the values of the control
could be used also.
Note that we use the name zita-rev1 for it, because it is the name under
which it is implemented in faust. As we use it as it is, we use as well
this name. We could rename it om request, we could remove it also , surly.
But coming along with answers like this:
Just be aware that the main reason for the culprit may be searched
deeper. I know that we are not the only project which use this faust
implementation as zita-rev1.
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Am 30.06.2014 00:53, schrieb Paul
On Sun, Jun 29, 2014 at 1:01 PM,
hermann meyer <email@example.com>
29.06.2014 17:35, schrieb Fons Adriaensen:
You turned it into something which it
at the same time removing one its qualities: the
which enable the user to set a preset 'from his/her
head' which is
something experienced audio engineers do all the time.
Mind the little "p" button on the right side, therewith
you can save and load single effect presets. That is the
way we do it in guitarix.
I can't speak for Fons but I'll try anyway. I don't
think Fons was talking about whether it was possible to
use presets. I think he was talking about having a
specific set of controls with very specific calibrations
that would synergistically combine with the experience of
an experienced audio engineer so that finding "the effect
I am looking for" was easy.