Would it be possible to implement some kind of capture function?
Lets say I combine two different IRs, adjust envelopes until I'm happy with the combination,
I'd find it extremely useful if it was possible to capture/bounce the output to a new file.
This way one could create completely new IRs from existing ones, and it would save lots
of cpu cycles compared to making a preset containing several IRs...
Wishful thinking more than realism perhaps?
You could always either run a sweeptone through the combination, or a dirac, and then deconvolve the recorded file.
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Sure, I can capture the combination using any of the mentioned methods.
However, I'd assume a bounce/render of the output (preferably 32 bit) would ensure maximum/better quality compared to a "re-capture".
It seems we posted simultaneously :)
My experiences with dirac hasn't been very good. I've done exactly as you explain using my own "home-made" spikes with far better results.
It's not a big deal though, I can always tweak IR combinations in my host to get a perfect result. The only problem is that it might take lots of tries to get it right since it has to bounced and then tested in Pristine Space.
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