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Bump to Martin

Postby k brown » Sun Jul 14, 2019 8:06 pm

Hey Martin -

I'd asked this in the Randy updates thread - What I'm getting with this new Spectral Tilt is the volume now increasing when moved off midpoint - can we split the difference to maintain constant level? The new one sends the synth into clipping very readily.

Any thoughts?
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Re: Bump to Martin

Postby martinvicanek » Sun Jul 14, 2019 9:25 pm

The problem is: the normalization depends on the spectral distribution of the material. You can adjust it for one case but it will be off for another. I should probably make it configurable. Here is a version with possibly better normalization.
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Re: Bump to Martin

Postby k brown » Sun Jul 14, 2019 11:42 pm

Yeah, I suspected that (or something similar) might be the case; curious to give this version a go - thanks again.
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Re: Bump to Martin

Postby guyman » Tue Aug 13, 2019 7:27 pm

Yes I also think a tilt filter that let's you choose the center frequency, and tilt +- x db each octave heading out from that frequency would be most ideal. One could then make their own normalization algos to compensate based on their tilting for that specific task.


:D Symmetrical spectral madness.
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