On Sat, September 25, 2010 7:17 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thanks for clarifying. I recall the parametric eq was chosen because that
was recommended as the tool to use by the professionals mastering
engineers who were contributing to the development discussions.
> If this were all I'd have provided a patch years ago. But there are other
To clarify further, are you referring to the entire ui or specifically to
the parametric eq ui which Jan designed? I think Jan would be the first to
admit that he is not a dsp expert but was instead attempting to provide a
user friendly interface for the specific plugin.
If the latter, it's trivial from a backend perspective to add a linear
filter in place of the parametric eq. After all it is just a ladspa plugin
with a custom gui. No doubt you have already released one. The much more
complex problem will be adding a frontend that allows for proper control.
However if the interface is similar to the parametric eq ui it is probably
only a weeks work or less.
Do you have an example of what the ui for a linear filter should look like
from an ui perspective?
I could look around online for example but no doubt there is a correct way
to represent it so I would rather see that first.
IIUC there is nothing to stop us from adding a linear filter as an option
for the eq section.
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