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Hi Aleksey,

I've just tried this wonderful plug,would be possible to eliminate the buffer samples to use it in real-time with no latency?

Just 2 suggestion: A)is it possible to eliminate the frequencies "moved" from the non lfe channels?(without setting the level to -48 db)

B)is it planned to be built in a low pass filter for the lfe channel with selectable frequence?(would be to a nice idea to do as a separate plug-in too 'cause others equalisers tried doesn't have a mono version to "create" a lfe filter in a multichannel project).

Thanks a lot for attention!!!

Sam


BMS cannot work without latency because it uses zero-phase filtering.

You may use Process Mode='Move' - it removes low frequencies from non-LFE channels.


I think I may implement a roll-off into LFE-channel.  What settings will work best for that in your opinion (which freq do you plan to use, which filter steepness)?

Thanks for reply,

I plan to use freq for LFE around 80hz and filter stepness of 48dB/octave ore more.

The Process Move remove frequencies from non-LFE channels To the LFE,I mean if there is a way to remove those at all without set the mix gain to -48dB.

Is there a way to use a auto mode as in others plugs that switch processing between zero-filtering and not?

Thanks a lot!

Sam


correct:

<between zero-phase filtering and not>


I will change -48 dB option to '-inf' - this should be the same as fully removing LF content.

It is not possible to change between zero-phase or other modes.  It is a static mode, without other options.


I plan to use freq for LFE around 80hz and filter stepness of 48dB/octave ore more.

The Process Move remove frequencies from non-LFE channels To the LFE,I mean if there is a way to remove those at all without set the mix gain to -48dB.

Whilst 80Hz with at least a 48dB/Octave option is great for DTS encoding, and the steeper the slope the better, removing the frequencies from the main channels is very dangerous - you will I am sure, turn off BM before exporting?  Otherwise things will not sound as you intend them to.....

Aleksey - can you please leave 48dB/Octave in there, and add the -inf mode instead?

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After examining a possibility to implement -inf cutoff-mode, I have come to conclusion that there is no sense in implementing it: filter I use in BMS has a very smooth transition near cutoff frequency, so even making the overall cutoff nearly -inf, transition will still be very smooth and so, sound won't change a lot (difference between -40 and -48 dB/oct is already only cosmetic).  Probably, I was even not so precise with my interpretation of -48 dB/oct: it becomes constant -48 dB/oct only 1.5 octaves higher (around 450 Hz for 150 Hz cutoff) while usual interpretation means constant cutoff starts right after cutoff point: this also introduces impulse response oscillation and strong phase coloration while BMS has no such oscillation and so its phase coloration is minimal.

Sorry for not updating this thread earlier with this information.

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