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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Sat Jun 15, 2019 3:16 am

So, years ago I wrote a song called freak. Never released it; But I decided to to commemorate this new EQ. It's a track about liking ladies who are more fun than most *cough.

Click to watch the Youtube vid showing how I used this smooth, professional sounding EQ:
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So, roughly 32 uses of LA school freq and the waves de-esser, as well as My excalibur EQ and the th3 guitar amp for a gate as well as the LA school bronislav 752

So, this is another track I am making called Al Banana. It's fantastic and You will probably like it. It's also made with the freq,
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:25 pm

New EDM track made with the LA Freq
(I'd like to officially call it the LA / Phonics Freq when I get consent)

It's called lala, because I couldn't think of another name, lol.
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(Click to watch Youtube Video)

this track uses the free Tonez synth available on Github. I'm always trying to show support for open source developers. Oh. and I will make a track using synths from here like promised. Will be using the ass and halon's new saturn!

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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby nix » Thu Jan 30, 2020 8:05 am

it's really nice to see you are going to so much trouble/work on this build Robert

Please, if you would you can say " 'Based on a PhonicsAudio design' www.phonicsaudio.com' "

If you open the stock eq, you can see where this started,
I am actually incapable of coding the filter, but me and Grymmjack made a radical mod to the UI and ergonomics

Hope to catch u 'round and email me anytime

Enjoy the latest FS and all the freQish audio tech
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Mon Feb 03, 2020 7:58 pm

nix wrote:it's really nice to see you are going to so much trouble/work on this build Robert

Please, if you would you can say " 'Based on a PhonicsAudio design' http://www.phonicsaudio.com' "

If you open the stock eq, you can see where this started,
I am actually incapable of coding the filter, but me and Grymmjack made a radical mod to the UI and ergonomics

Hope to catch u 'round and email me anytime

Enjoy the latest FS and all the freQish audio tech


Yes, NP. I've been working on a total customization of this. I wrote another EQ framework that frankly works a bit better but this framework is cool.

new imperium framework here:
http://dsprobotics.com/support/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=34618&p=105394&hilit=tools#p105394

It's only downside is that it cannot be resized due to I'm guessing some multiplication. It skips and lurches ahead or is jumpy with a big module screen.

But at just the right size it's perfect.

I thought I would discontinue the line unless you're ok with Me calling it the freq as well. It's just a freq skin. But the new design would be a rebuild. It's free of course and I will place the link as you'd suggested. Glad to see that you have your site up btw, it looks great.

I've been watching your progress.
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Tue Feb 04, 2020 8:00 pm

updated vstplug:

https://vstplug.com/downloads/vstplug-freq/

will update leattol and kvraudio as well as the plugin asap. Thanks again :)
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby nix » Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:05 pm

np-ur welcome, glad it's nice!

my site should be updated by June-it's terribly out of date

You can call your equalizer line freQ, that's fine with me!

my dev involves the guitar synth in the main atm,
but I'm trying to finish everything too
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Sun Feb 09, 2020 10:28 pm

nix wrote:np-ur welcome, glad it's nice!

my site should be updated by June-it's terribly out of date

You can call your equalizer line freQ, that's fine with me!

my dev involves the guitar synth in the main atm,
but I'm trying to finish everything too


Cool mate, the ad for your site will be front and center so it sends people to you. Can you PM me a good logo that can be small beside some words to better represent your site and presence? I can clean it up if you'd like, it's cool :)

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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Mon Feb 17, 2020 7:43 pm

I'm discontinuing the first version of this equalizer so to replace it with the second.

The reason for that is plainly that it's very inefficient to make a parametric EQ unless it is relying on perfect math. I found the old style of working with an equalizer too clunky and replaced everything with My own code. it had modules within modules because it was based on the stock example.

So, Freq2 will use My own new code and I will also replace the EQ provided in the stock EQ with a perfect, working clean and simple example.

It will allow you to simply choose the amount of bands and colours, fonts, of bands as well as a crosshair effect. Furthermore there will be a dialogue box which can optionally popup to show the readings of the current band being manipulated.

The Freq2 will use MJ/RBJ filter types as well as en elliptical hp/lp by Martin Vicanek. It's nice to have a steep filter and recently I've found the elliptical filter to be quite useful to make an envelope signal without feedback from bass. It used almost no memory which makes Me feel it's ideal.

Because the code was of course based on Nix and Grymmjack's code, there will be of course a credit at the forefront, likely under the freq letters. This will be an open source project which will be provided at flowstoners.com.

Next is to finish the Mverb, it's nearly done but I've been updating all of My older plugins at VSTplug like the Freq, LA bands 2, Esquire etc etc.

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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby wlangfor@uoguelph.ca » Tue Feb 18, 2020 8:15 pm

here's a youtube video showing more:

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and here's the alpha in progress:
vstplug freq 2 0017.fsm
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Re: Freq Fork - LA Freq

Postby Duckett » Tue Feb 18, 2020 9:10 pm

Hi Robert-

I hope you don't mind some constructive criticism regarding your videos... it's something that a few plugin devs seem to struggle with (beatassist.eu and Wusik come to mind), so nothing personal.

The number one thing I am looking for in a plugin video, is audio demonstrating the plugin.
Explanations/descriptions/controls being moved around are fine and dandy- but if I can't hear what the plugin is doing, it's a big turnoff. It also doesn't necessarily build confidence in an audio plugin developer if the audio for their videos is terrible or non-existent.

For an excellent example of great demo videos, Spogg ticks off all the right boxes- calm, clear, has a great balance of explanation/overview combined with live demonstration. I watch and enjoy his videos even if I don't really need any help in understanding the plugin.

If you're trying to gain visibility for your work, the presentation of the work should be considered as carefully as the work itself- it's such an easy trap to fall into, using so much of your energy for the work itself, that "selling" your work feels like a chore, and therefore gets less attention.
We have to train ourselves so that we can improvise on anything... a bird, a sock, a fuming beaker! This, too, can be music. Anything can be music. -Biff Debris
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