[Ardour-Users] plugin ideas
renato.fabbri at gmail.com
Mon Aug 4 15:20:18 PDT 2008
great thanks for all feedback. is it okay if i put up some of the infos,
links and request overviews of this thread in a wiki?
the page is already there, everyone is welcome to write on it, but i didnt
put up any writing yet:
Machado, do you think that this address is okay?
2008/8/4 Justin M. Streiner <streiner at cluebyfour.org>
> On Mon, 4 Aug 2008, Jaromír Mikeš wrote:
> < I'd like to see:
>> < 1 - A compressor with a sidechain input (if one doesn't exist
>> < already). A multiband compressor with separate sidechain
>> < inputs would be very nice.
>> < 2 - Low pass and high pass filters with variable slopes and
>> < corner characteristics.
>> < 3 - A parametric EQ with proper compensation for the frequency response
>> < aliasing that occurs near the Nyquist frequency (a la Sony Oxford
>> < 4 - A level meter that detects intersample peaks.
>> < 5 - (Related to 4) A mastering limiter that uses upsampling to
>> < reduce aliasing and intersample clipping.
>> I absolutely agree with this list and I only would like add some others:
>> 6. Some good reverb... maybe convolution one is a good choice because of
>> its universal usage.
>> (Here is one interesting, but no GUI for it ....
>> (e.g. like SIR http://www.knufinke.de/sir/)
>> 7. Good real time measuring tool...
>> Oscilator... (phase checker)
>> Level meter Peak and RMS
>> (Like RME Digicheck
>> 8. Phase-linear EQ would be nice too :-)
>> (Like PSPaudio's http://www.pspaudioware.com/ ... Neon ...)
>> 9. Tapable and synchronized delay
>> (Like PSPaudio's http://www.pspaudioware.com/ ... 608 ...)
>> 10. Exciter
>> (Like Crysonic's http://www.crysonic.com/spectralivenxt.html)
>> 11. Noise remover
>> (Like http://www.waves.com/Content.aspx?id=259
>> 12. DeEsser
>> (Like http://www.waves.com/Content.aspx?id=267)
>> I have the same opinion like others in this thread that "eye candy" stuff
>> is not most important and shouldn't increase system load too much. But on
>> the other hand some graphical improvement can make live easer .. ;-)
> I know there was a decent spectrum analyzer for Jack (jaaa), but I don't
> know if it's still being maintained and compatible with current releases of
> Jack. There's also one in jamin, but especially for live work, firing up
> jamin is probably overkill.
> A nice lightweight spectrum analyzer would be a great thing to have.
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