I use several of your plug-ins with Merging Technology's Pyramix 9.1.8, and Izotope RX5 Advanced under Windows 7. In the Global Settings, I have chosen the Auto Oversampling Level to be 4x. I would like to determine whether Pyramix or RX5 communicate properly with the plug-ins, signifying when a non-real time bounce is occurring, which in turn would cause the Voxengo plug-ins to function with 4x oversampling while using the "Auto" setting. Most of my projects are done in a 96 kHz. sample rate.
Would it be a reasonable test to have a project open in either program, instantiate a Voxengo Plug-in, like Elephant, set it to "Auto" and then time how long it takes to complete a non-real time bounce, then immediately change the Voxengo plug-in to "4x", do the bounce and time it once more. Wouldn't a 4x oversampling operation take more time (maybe not 4 times as long, but longer), than the 1x oversampling which I assume the "Auto" setting would be, should either program fail to communicate its "offline" or non-real time status? Would identical times indicate that both were done at the same oversampling?
I can't think of any other way to determine whether the plug-ins are operating at 1x or 4x while set to "Auto", but perhaps you can suggest something.
A second question: Why doesn't Curve EQ offer the oversampling option? It seems to me that equalization is one of those processes which could benefit...
Thanks for any guidance you can provide.
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Host DAW: Merging Technologies' Pyramix 11.0.4 (64 bit) AND 9.1.10 (32 bit)
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Curve EQ, Deft Compressor, Elephant, GlissEQ, HarmoniEQ, LF Max Punch, Polysquasher2, Polysquasher3, Soniformer, TransGainer, Voxformer; also Deconvolver.
Indeed, there are no means available to easily check for offline mode existence in a particular host - this feature tends to be "optional" for implementation. But indeed you can try measuring time it takes to bounce a track.
CurveEQ won't benefit from oversampling, because it does not have issues with "frequency warping" distortion of EQ shape near the highest frequency.
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