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Qmod Audio Processing
« on: December 24, 2018, 08:40:42 PM »
03-12-2018: Qmod 18.6 is available
Use a modern PC to run the app. It's being tested on a i5-5250 so something comparable or newer should be good.

Release notes:

===== 18.6 ====

Changed the low+ section.
Changed some default preset settings.
Replaced the Density control with five separate band controls.
Removed the visual panel. It wasn't very useful and took unnecessary processing time when in use.
Fixed: A wrong mix value of band 1 which resulted in a -2dB lower output of band 1.
Fixed: When the peakcontrol was enabled it gave a glitch.
Fixed: A few GUI bugs.
Fixed: A timing bug in the leveler release and a bug in the core.

===== 18.5 ====

Added: Buffer size up to 2048 samples.
Added: A preset planner. Gives you the possibility to automatically set a preset for every hour or a range of hours.
Added: Selection of the equalizer setup, pre or post processing
Fixed: A wrong buffer could occur in some cases.
Fixed: A misreading of the proper samplerate return value after reinitializing the audio card.
Fixed: Solved a bug in the peak control which caused some harmonic distortion.
Fixed: Some bugs in the preset selection.
Fixed: A bug in the noise reduction.

===== 18.4 ====

Changed: Stereo+ improved mono detection
Changed: Some GUI design changes
Changed: The values of stereo+ are in percent now. Old values are automatically recalculated except when your old value is 5 or 10, you'll need to change it yourself.
Changed: Renamed the clipper section to peak control. It's more in line with what's really happening, controlling the peaks in the signal not clipping it.
Changed: Make left and right mute work independant.
Changed: Some changes in the correction algorithm of the balance control.
Added: Display of the real output level as a blue line in the output vu

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Re: Qmod Audio Processing
« Reply #1 on: January 06, 2019, 05:53:46 PM »
Thanks, downloaded but with windows 7 pro nothing opens.   :-[ :-[ :-[ :-[ :-[


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Re: Qmod Audio Processing
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2019, 12:51:38 PM »
I am reading "03-12-2018: Qmod 18.6 is available
Use a modern PC to run the app. It's being tested on a i5-5250 so something comparable or newer should be good. "

Now i don't think i am going to use this because if an app is needing these kind of specs, it will be a heavy program. Some are running a C2D or QuadCore with Windows 7 so it won't be possible to use. I am using Stereotool and running RadioDJ, a copytool, news downloader, audio recorder and streamer on a QuadCore bearly hitting the 20% processor usage and 1.5GB internal memory.

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