Crossover plugin?

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Re: Crossover plugin?

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sadko4u wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 1:18 am
LSP crossover
didn't have the time to install it yet, but one thing I noted on the pictures: there are no options to delay output channels? this is pretty important for multichannel

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Re: Crossover plugin?

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No, there is no delay. Why it's so important and why it can not be compensated by adding another one plugin?
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Re: Crossover plugin?

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sadko4u wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:26 am
Why it's so important?
for:

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sadko4u wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:26 am
why it can not be compensated by adding another one plugin?
it sure can, but normaly you would expect it implemented
eg: Image

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Re: Crossover plugin?

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So do I right understand that it is used for sending audio to some set of analog outputs that yield signal to speakers?
If so, then just file another feature request to GitHub, I'll add delay lines to each band.
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sadko4u wrote:
Wed Sep 16, 2020 7:59 pm
So do I right understand that it is used for sending audio to some set of analog outputs that yield signal to speakers?
yes. I allready had the feeling that you made this plugin with another usecase in mind. I never heard of any use as a effect or something like that? Do you mind explaining me what that is what it can be usefull for other then filtering signals for speakers (just curiosity)?

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Re: Crossover plugin?

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The idea is simple: you may apply any processing that doesn't distort the phase of signal to every band and then sum the result. So you may perform non-trivial dynamic processing, saturations and more.
Anyway, adding delay is not a huge feature and can be simply implemented.
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