Re: [LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filter capability?

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Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2011 - 3:33 pm

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Date: Wed=2C 30 Nov 2011 15:27:23 +0000
Subject: Re: Re: [LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filt=
er capability?
From: harryhaaren@gmail.com
To: dj_kaza@hotmail.com
CC: paul@linuxaudiosystems.com=3B joelz@pobox.com=3B linux-audio-user@lists=
.linuxaudio.org

On =2C Dale Powell wrote:

ice is enabled or not=2C so that when you turn it on and off no adjustment =
is needed. Means the delay on the DSP chain is greater=2C IE the sum of all=
effects whether enabled or not=2C but you wont get glitches from turning t=
hings on and off.

>I was concidering just fading out the effected signal=2C and fading in the=
"latency-less" one=2C sure there's a bit of "latency distortion" or phase =
incoherence... but I challenge anybody to notice that and not think its jus=
t part of turning the effect off :D

-Harry

>>>>

Yeah with correct values should be invisible to most people under most=20
circumstances. Same as some programs/effects wont allow instant value=20
changes even if that is what you have programmed but put a few=20
(dozen/hundred?) samples ramp to try and prevent glitching sounds.=20
Values need to be carefully chosen though.
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Date: Wed=2C 30 Nov 2011 15:27:23 +0000Subject: Re: Re: [LAU] =
Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filter capability?From:=
harryhaaren@gmail.comTo: dj_kaza@hotmail.comCC: paul@linuxaudiosys=
tems.com=3B joelz@pobox.com=3B linux-audio-user@lists.linuxaudio.orgOn =2C Dale Powell &lt=3Bdj_kaza@hotmail.com&gt=3B wrote:&gt=3B Renois=
e can can't it? Just keeps the delay (PDC) the same whether the device is e=
nabled or not=2C so that when you turn it on and off no adjustment is neede=
d. Means the delay on the DSP chain is greater=2C IE the sum of all effects=
whether enabled or not=2C but you wont get glitches from turning things on=
and off.&gt=3BI was concidering just fading out the effected signa=
l=2C and fading in the "latency-less" one=2C sure there's a bit of "latency=
distortion" or phase incoherence... but I challenge anybody to notice that=
and not think its just part of turning the effect off :D-Harry=
&gt=3B&gt=3B&gt=3B&gt=3BYeah with correct values should be invi=
sible to most people under most=20
circumstances. Same as some programs/effects wont allow instant value=20
changes even if that is what you have programmed but put a few=20
(dozen/hundred?) samples ramp to try and prevent glitching sounds.=20
Values need to be carefully chosen though.
=

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[LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. filter..., Jonathan E. Brickman, (Wed Nov 30, 4:27 am)
Re: [LAU] Keystroke or MIDI-controlled reverb/flange/etc. fi..., Dale Powell, (Wed Nov 30, 3:33 pm)