I have tried a lot of combinations but it still no “clean sound”
I whant a “temp” effect like on DJ cd players.
This is how I did, tips on improvement are welcome:
result = m_system.createDSPByType(FMOD.DSP_TYPE.PITCHSHIFT, ref m_dsp2);
m_channel.addDSP(m_dsp2); result = m_dsp2.setParameter(1,512); result = m_dsp2.setParameter(2,6); result = m_dsp2.setParameter(3,2);
// Change tempo (hScrollBar1.Max is 200)
The extra 10 on setFrequency makes it sound litle better…
I have tried BASS audio lib and with the FX “tempo” sound good there. I think they use SoundTouch prosessing lib to to pitchshift.
Brett mabey you can add SoundTouch as an alternitive DSP ? http://sky.prohosting.com/oparviai/soundtouch/
- Ken asked 13 years ago
[quote="brett":3t98jkl7]why don’t you just write it as an fmod dsp plugin? The library is LGPL based so we cant really include it as a cross platform-built in effect. It would have to be an externally linked dynamic library which isn’t that attractive to us.[/quote:3t98jkl7]
Thanks but that I belive is to hade for me to do, my C++ skils are not that good.
How can all these programs use the library?
http://sky.prohosting.com/oparviai/soun … tions.html
OK, sorry I diden’t think about the cross platform.
Then set my hopes to your improvement of the current pitchshif (or some one makes a plugin of SoundTouch…)
Another question, I’m tring to do VU meters with getWaveData without success, do you have a code snippet I can look at?
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