On Sun, Jul 19, 2009 at 09:32:21PM -0700, Justin Smith wrote:
I'm either going to find a LADSPA plugin which does this, or hack something together in JACK-RACK or via some custom C using existing plugins.
I haven't the maths skills to write any serious DSP in C, and probably not in PD or Csound either. Whatever I end up with will have to be in C, however, and efficient too, so it can run on a netbook along with many other synths and plugins.
> I think the best way to mimic the wah behavior will probably be to
Tonight I tried every LADSPA bandpass filter I could find, and none came even close AFAICT. Comparing its shape to those of other LADSPA plugins indicates to me that the "Thomas Organ" wah circuit isn't a band-pass after all, just a high-pass with a VERY high Q. So, yeah, I might be able to get pretty close with one ofthe existing LADSPA HPF's and varying the Q, as you suggested.
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