I have just released ProtoFaust, a DSP-prototyping tool for VCV Rack using the language Faust.
Today sees the release of a new system tool called appari-fish. It is a Fish-shell port of apparix (and apparish) which allows directory bookmarks. The application comes with comprehensive tab completion.
I have released traKmeter v2.4.5. The new version fixes crashes on seemingly random Windows systems. Added features are VST3 support, optimized dithering and support for 64-bit signal-chains. A couple of features have been changed or removed due to my improved understanding of recording level.
I have just released K-Meter v2.8.0. The new version fixes crashes on seemingly random Windows systems. Added features are VST3 support, optimized dithering and support for 64-bit signal-chains.
Today, I have released my first Faust script, Screamer 1.4.0. It features mathematical distortion and signal mangling. Version 1.0 was the accurate Faust reproduction of a VST plug-in I wrote in 2003. By now, I have modified the parameter ranges and added some new functionality.
Today, I have released K-Meter v2.6.0. New features are a small monitoring section, true peak measurement and a meter with continuous segments. Enjoy!
I have just released K-Meter v2.2.0 and traKmeter v2.0.0. Most parts of the source code have completely been rewritten and should run faster while breaking less things. New features are WASAPI in the Windows stand-alones and support for skins. In traKmeter, operation of the signal meters has …
The new K-Meter v1.31.0 supports the LV2 plug-in format on Linux. I have also released experimental 64-bit binaries for Windows – although I personally don’t see any sense in that.
Today, I have released a new VST plug-in called traKmeter. It’s a loudness meter for correctly setting up tracking and mixing levels (gain staging). Please tell me what you think about it!
Today I have released K-Meter v1.30.0 which now supports loudness metering according to ITU-R BS.1770-1. Many thanks to everyone involved!