Topic: Preview: zPitch

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    @acousmod wrote:

    Concerning the quality of time-stretching algos, it seems that there is a free Dirac LE version available.
    See this thread :

    Perhaps that it can be another option for non realtime rendering ?

    I did look at Dirac LE a long time ago, but it only supports 44.1 or 48kHz samplerates, and max 2 channels which are not even phase-locked. The licensed Dirac version are not cheap either.


    @haiku wrote:

    Cool Frits! I’m glad you’ve been able to improve the algo, and I like the idea of a dry/wet control.

    Actually, using it by only a few semitones and having the wet at only about 5% or so could make for an interesting chorus effect also.

    You could also modulate or automate the wet dry control for some really strange fx too. πŸ˜‰


    @Zynewave wrote:

    @darcyb62 wrote:

    If you have the ability to select the level of quality, latency should be less an issue. As an example, if you are doing a quick sketch and don’t need the quality, turn the quality down and go for the reduced latency. I could see this as being useful when laying down the initial tracks. When mixing latency is less an issue and you can turn the quality back up.

    What I have done in zPitch now, is check whether the plugin is running in offline processing mode (bounce render), and if so use the best quality possible. The latency is not an issue when rendering. That way the plugin can still be used realtime with a relatively low latency.

    Clever πŸ˜‰ I like…


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