On Sun, May 16, 2010 at 11:12:06PM -1000, Joel Roth wrote:
They do indeed seem similar in layout. As for the quality of the filters in them, that varies. But if we're all using the same LADSPA effects, the results should be comparable.
> If you understand how to use the individual effects, I think
Well, Fons kind of sniffed at Jamin-- "you are mastering through a vocoder"-- and I've seen and heard the quality of his code so I tell he knows a LOT more than most folks about DSP. Meanwhile, the code of JAMIN looks like some cut-and-paste filters off of a web forum, and indeed their EQ is an FFT. The GUI is pretty and well-organized, but I'm not sure if what's going on underneath the hood is any good.
My ears are not good enough to hear DSP artifacts-- and to know that's what they are. I did have some problems in the 6K and 12K range, which I fixed in the mix (my mixer going straight to the mastering stage in one chain). And I guess I'm just worried that I may have used a tool that introduced artifacts I can't hear or see, but others will. It's not a big deal. It's not like millions of CD's are going to get printed up.
> > I'm really starting to wish I'd used postfish
Yeah, it's old. But it's very cool, and Monty certainly knows his DSP.
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