Monthly Archives: September 2011

The changelog is just too long

It doesn’t look probable I can make a new public release of HourGlass very soon. Looking at the changelog of the past couple of months, there’s just too much stuff that potentially could be all messed up due to not … Continue reading

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HourGlass signal flow, mark II

Just burning time with Python and Graphviz… There’s actually of course 256 fragment voices. Note that currently the Aux 1 channel receives from individual voices, not from the sum of the Fragment Scheduler. The plan is to eventually also allow … Continue reading

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Why I don’t particularly like spectral (FFT) processing

1) Smearing of transients 2) Disproportionate favoring of the highest frequencies (assuming a sample rate of 44100hz, half of the FFT bins will be dedicated to the highest audible octave) Just those two things alone are usually enough to make … Continue reading

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Custom envelope node shapes

Someone was recently asking about having even more different envelope node shapes than there currently are. There’s obviously room for more mathematically calculated shapes too, but before adding more of those, I did some work on user definable shapes. (click … Continue reading

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Fixing bugs and cleaning up code

Not too much work on new features but rather trying to fix bugs and clean up some nasty bits in the code. Added automation envelopes support for mixer channel volumes though. Automated volume is nice to have at many points … Continue reading

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Argh…

It required some way too complicated machinery to get some of the stuff working with the input times driven envelopes…Namely I noticed the wetdry mix envelopes of the fx (VST) were no longer working glitch free. It took some brain … Continue reading

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Demo video for new env/playback

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