[ANN] LSP Plugins package version 1.0.20 is out!

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[ANN] LSP Plugins package version 1.0.20 is out!

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LSP Plugins package version 1.0.20 is out! There are many changes since previous release.
  • Implemented Impulsantworten (Impulse responses) zero-latency high-performance convolution plugin series.
  • Added Mixed Herm, Mixed Exp and Mixed Thin modes to Limiter.
  • Updated Classic mode of Limiter that caused a lot of unpleasant distortion.
  • Added dithering support to Limiter plugin.
  • Added 6x and 8x oversampling support to Limiter plugin.
  • Added lookahead delay line to all dynamic processing plugins (Dynamikprozessor, Kompressor, Gate, Expander).
  • Updated UI of all Spektrumanalysator plugin series. Now it takes less place while keeping the same functionality.
  • Added notification dialog that asks for donations on each version update.
  • Implemented zero-latency convolver core module.
  • Implemented dither core module.
  • Updated delay core module to become more safe while processing passed data to the input.
  • Optimized native implementation of FFT: sine and cosine calculation replaced by complex vector rotating, fixed performance penalties relative to CPU caching issues.
  • Optimized SSE implementation of FFT: sine and cosine calculation replaced by complex vector rotating, fixed performance penalties relative to CPU caching issues. Overall performance was raised about 4x times.
  • All atom ports for LV2 plugins now have twice greater rsz:minimumSize property.
  • Added workaround for VST plugins that crashed because Ardour didn't properly report sample rate to multiple instances.
  • VST plugins can now be installed as directory with .so files into VST_PATH.
  • Some minor code refactoring.
You may download packages from Sourceforge.net page.
As usual, demo is available at youtube.
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Re: [ANN] LSP Plugins package version 1.0.20 is out!

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Oh wow, convolution. I can't wait to try this one.

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Wow awesome!! can't wait to try this! does the convolution support the 4 way stereo IR reverb file like IR or Klangfalter?

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funkmuscle wrote:Wow awesome!! can't wait to try this! does the convolution support the 4 way stereo IR reverb file like IR or Klangfalter?
Currently there are only mono and stereo versions, but you can use two files for stereo version. What do you mean under '4 way stereo'?
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sadko4u wrote:
funkmuscle wrote:Wow awesome!! can't wait to try this! does the convolution support the 4 way stereo IR reverb file like IR or Klangfalter?
Currently there are only mono and stereo versions, but you can use two files for stereo version. What do you mean under '4 way stereo'?
see in the top right hand corner how the stereo routing is set up? I this the IR was created with 4 mics or 4 channels like the True M7 set of IR files used in the pic below..
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where as is it's just 'stereo' like this
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that's the difference.

here from Tom's site who created ir-lv2, he explains the true stereo better than I could.
Author: Tom Szilagyi (tomszilagyi gmail com)
License: GNU GPL v2
Format: LV2 audio processing plugin
Homepage: http://tomszilagyi.github.io/plugins/ir.lv2
Source: https://github.com/tomszilagyi/ir.lv2

IR is a no-latency/low-latency, realtime, high performance signal convolver especially for creating reverb effects. Supports impulse responses with 1, 2 or 4 channels, in any soundfile format supported by libsndfile.

Developed by the author for their own needs, this plugin is released to the public in the hope that it will be useful to others, but strictly on an AS IS basis. There is ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY and there is NO SUPPORT. High quality bug reports and well-tested patches are nevertheless welcome. Other correspondence may be mercilessly ignored; thank you for your understanding.
Features

Realtime convolution of impulse responses with stereo audio
Supports Mono, Stereo and ‘True Stereo’ (4-channel) impulses
Very reasonable CPU consumption
Maximum impulse length: 1M samples (~22 seconds @ 48kHz)
Loads a large number of audio file formats
High quality sample rate conversion of impulse responses
Stretch control (via high quality SRC in one step integrated with impulse loading)
Pre-delay control (0-2000 ms)
Stereo width control of input signal & impulse response (0-150%)
Envelope alteration with immediate visual feedback: Attack time/percent, Envelope, Length
Reverse impulse response
Autogain: change impulses without having to adjust ‘Wet gain’
Impulse response visualization (linear/logarithmic scale, peak & RMS)
Easy interface for fast browsing and loading impulse responses
Free software released under the GNU GPL v2

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The left input channel is convolved with the left and right impulse response file channels from IR1-A and the right input channel is convolved with the left and right impulse response file channel from IR1-B. The two output convolutions’ respective left and right components are then summed into a single stereo output. This configuration is necessary to take full advantage of true stereo impulse responses. True stereo impulse responses are required to be provided as two separate stereo files and loaded into IR1-A and IR1-B (or IR2-A and IR2-B). This configuration is typically found in high-end algorithmic reverbs.
OK, I understand. Currently there is no true stereo support. I think I'll add it in the next release.
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sadko4u wrote:
The left input channel is convolved with the left and right impulse response file channels from IR1-A and the right input channel is convolved with the left and right impulse response file channel from IR1-B. The two output convolutions’ respective left and right components are then summed into a single stereo output. This configuration is necessary to take full advantage of true stereo impulse responses. True stereo impulse responses are required to be provided as two separate stereo files and loaded into IR1-A and IR1-B (or IR2-A and IR2-B). This configuration is typically found in high-end algorithmic reverbs.
OK, I understand. Currently there is no true stereo support. I think I'll add it in the next release.
thanx man!! anyway I'm loving it still so far!

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Great work as always Sadko... Already your compressor was my go-to and now it's even better!
Question: Any way to make the EQ frequency display focus on a smaller range? Most of my EQing is within 5dB of change so on the current spectrum it looks like very miniscule changes.

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Norlick wrote:Question: Any way to make the EQ frequency display focus on a smaller range? Most of my EQing is within 5dB of change so on the current spectrum it looks like very miniscule changes.
I think since I've implemented expression language for XML, it is possible to implement this feature.
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Hello, do you know why a lot of plugins is not loaded in the renoise?
Take a look please, thank you (i've checked a vst path and it is right).
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akiz, hello!

Have you manually installed plugins? Did you have previously installed versions? Have you removed the previous version before installing new?
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sadko4u wrote:akiz, hello!

Have you manually installed plugins? Did you have previously installed versions? Have you removed the previous version before installing new?
UPD
Aaah, I've found it: your folder should be named exaclty as an archive: 'lsp-plugins-lxvst-1.0.20-x86_64'.
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sadko4u wrote:
sadko4u wrote:akiz, hello!

Have you manually installed plugins? Did you have previously installed versions? Have you removed the previous version before installing new?
UPD
Aaah, I've found it: your folder should be named exaclty as an archive: 'lsp-plugins-lxvst-1.0.20-x86_64'.
Thank you, now it works!
btw. amazing plugins. I am testing the limiter right now, 12bit dither and some limiting makes drums nasty.

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Hi, Sadko4u

Amazing plugins. Currently working on a project where I'm trying to use only the LSP plugins.

Couple of questions.

Could you some day make a saturation plugin, I think that would be a good addition to the LSP plugins.

Also, on the compressor plugin the gain reduction meter moves so fast it's hard to get a good read. I read the gain reduction from the graphics at the left of the plugin, but that's a bit of guess work.

Are there any documents explaining various options in your plugins?. For example the different modes for the limiter.

Is subscription the only way to donate?

Thanks again for these great plugins!

Rob

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rghvdberg wrote:Hi, Sadko4u
Hi!
rghvdberg wrote:Amazing plugins. Currently working on a project where I'm trying to use only the LSP plugins.
Hah, I also try to use mostly LSP Plugins for my needs, too :).
rghvdberg wrote:Couple of questions.
You're always welcome!
rghvdberg wrote:Could you some day make a saturation plugin, I think that would be a good addition to the LSP plugins.
I'm going to this, it's pending in my long-long-long TODO list. But some circumstances currently force me to do other things. I'm also collecting all wishes of people who ask about LSP plugins and put them into TODO. When it's possible, I implement them.
rghvdberg wrote: Also, on the compressor plugin the gain reduction meter moves so fast it's hard to get a good read. I read the gain reduction from the graphics at the left of the plugin, but that's a bit of guess work.
Maybe you're right. I've experimented with the meter fallback timings and decided that such behaviour was the optimal.
rghvdberg wrote:Are there any documents explaining various options in your plugins?. For example the different modes for the limiter.
Currently there is no detailed explanations. You only can read online documentation or download the archive with documentation.
http://lsp-plug.in/?page=manuals
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lsp-pl ... .20.tar.gz
If you have any questions, then you can formulate them and I will add answers to the online/offline documentation. For example, equalizer-relative documentation was extended thanks to unfa's questions he asked to me about the equalizer.
rghvdberg wrote:Is subscription the only way to donate?
No, there is also possible to do one-time donation. According to information that delivers Bountysource, many people have done one-time donations and only two people are subscribers with small regular donation.
rghvdberg wrote: Thanks again for these great plugins!
Rob
You're always welcome! You also may do a review of the project on sourceforge page.
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