example: most of the time i need either stereo mode (all changes apply to both channels) or dual mono mode. so i set up my default preset/routing to "dual mono". then if i need "stereo" mode, i simply use the CTRL modifier to apply changes to both channels ...
btw: why do you store the settings of the new plugins under "all users" folder instead of the user's application settings folder?
I've also posted it at the Reaper forum: http://www.cockos.com/forum/showthread.php?t=22388
1. Keyboard input in the "Audio Delay" and "Sample delay" fields shouldn't accept/display "." and "-" (without quotes) characters.
2. "Unnamed Instance" field should allow all characters! It doesn't accept many at the moment.
3. Input fields where "." is allowed to enter values like "1.2" for example should treat and accept "," input as it were "." input. You know: In Germany we use "," instead of "." ... Reaper does this nicely for example.
Thanks for considering all these things!
Oversampling: in a simple manner of viewing this wouldn't it also allow you to move the existing point of sound reference to "between the samples" allowing an even finer control of the delay than one might normally think possible?
I am thinking maybe not here, but rather in other places like for very very high quality chorusing, flanging, and other more involved delay type products?
I'm still thinking about that "super delay" I put in a request for. <big grin>
Yes, oversampling will allow such "between the samples" delaying, but in reality it is hardly useful as 2 decimal points for millisecond delay time specification does not allow to reach intersample space. Beside that "standard" oversampling is not linear-phase, so it introduces some phase coloration.
Of course, for choruses and flangers oversampling is a must, because they use interpolation that sounds much better on higher sample rates.
Sorry, what kind of "super delay"? If it's request for "packed" delay with a lot of features, I'm leaving this for the future.
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