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Old 2nd October 2011, 08:00 PM   #801
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Which possibilities exist in Reaper for creating different types of crossover functions (different orders, different types (butterworth, Linkwitz etc.))
Hi, maybe ReaEQ?
REAPER | ReaPlugs
it has Low/band/High pass filters.
or you can search VST.
Linkwitz
KVR: Christian Budde Dual Linkwitz-Riley Filters - Virtual Effect
crossover
KVR: rs-met CrossOver - Virtual Effect
Butterworth
KVR: rs-met EngineersFilter - Virtual Effect

I'm not interested in using these filter..
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Old 4th October 2011, 08:35 PM   #802
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Hi I wrote one more page,

https://sites.google.com/site/koonau...fir-vst-plugin

for FIR channel divider just requires up-to-date CPU.
I'm thinking to order fan-less PC, thanks to exaU2I my ideal music system can be real.
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Old 14th October 2011, 07:15 PM   #803
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Default Mac OS X driver for exaU2I

I am pleased to announce the release of Mac OS X driver for exaU2I. The driver and the dashboard application are available for download at forum.exadevices.com/Downloads.aspx. You can find the installation instructions on the exaDevices blog: exaSound DashBoard Beta 1.1.0 for OS X - Setup and Configuration Guide.

This is the third beta release of the OS X driver and the dashboard. The first two releases were distributed only to a small number of beta testers. Initially our code was developed under Snow Leopard. As you know, with the release of OS X Lion the Core Audio sound system has changed. We had to rewrite most of our code to make it compatible both with Lion and Snow Leopard.

Some of the exaU2I OS X driver source code is based on the open-source SoundFlower project. We are going to release our driver code to the developers of SoundFlower and we are going to make it open-source. Let us know if you are interested to contribute to the driver development.

The OS X driver is tested with iTunes, Pure Music and several other players. Our favourite is Decibel from sbooth.org. It provides seamless user interface, automatic sample rate switching, multichannel playback and support for open-source lossless formats like FLAC.

Bug reports with technical information should be submitted to our support page: www.exadevices.com > Contact > Technical Support

Please let me know about your experience with exaU2I running with OS X.

-Best,

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Old 14th October 2011, 11:58 PM   #804
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Any chance of a version for Leopard (10.5) otherwise I will need a new machine.

I have downloaded the Snow Leopard version but of course it does not run on my PowerMac G4.
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Old 15th October 2011, 12:07 AM   #805
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Any chance of a version for Leopard (10.5) otherwise I will need a new machine.

I have downloaded the Snow Leopard version but of course it does not run on my PowerMac G4.
I will check if I can build the project for OS X 10.5. I doubt that it will work. OS X has evolved and backward compatibility is not a priority for Apple.
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Old 15th October 2011, 12:16 AM   #806
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Any chance of a version for Leopard (10.5) otherwise I will need a new machine.

I have downloaded the Snow Leopard version but of course it does not run on my PowerMac G4.
Once this driver goes fully open source, I may try to port it to Tiger PowerPC, with G4 and G5 support. If it works on Tiger then it should work on Leopard, too, otherwise I have Leopard and Snow Leopard machines to develop and test on.

Just be sure to announce here when the driver code source is made available.
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Old 15th October 2011, 12:28 AM   #807
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Once this driver goes fully open source, I may try to port it to Tiger PowerPC, with G4 and G5 support. If it works on Tiger then it should work on Leopard, too, otherwise I have Leopard and Snow Leopard machines to develop and test on.

Just be sure to announce here when the driver code source is made available.
Thats great - I will await developments.

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Old 15th October 2011, 12:30 AM   #808
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Once this driver goes fully open source, I may try to port it to Tiger PowerPC, with G4 and G5 support. If it works on Tiger then it should work on Leopard, too, otherwise I have Leopard and Snow Leopard machines to develop and test on.

Just be sure to announce here when the driver code source is made available.
I can email you the source code on Monday. I just need to do some cleanup before I have it released.
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Old 15th October 2011, 05:04 AM   #809
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I think 10.5 will cause some issues, as it does not have native support for the usb audio codec 2.0, which is only supported from 10.6.1 onwards
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Old 15th October 2011, 10:27 AM   #810
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I think 10.5 will cause some issues, as it does not have native support for the usb audio codec 2.0, which is only supported from 10.6.1 onwards
But the exaU2I is not USB Audio Class compliant, so this seems like an irrelevant point for this particular piece of audio hardware. Since the board is based on an FTDI Chip, it literally cannot implement USB Audio, not Full Speed (1.0) or High Speed (2.0). The driver should be free to work on any system, regardless of USB-Audio support on that system, provided that the basic USB hardware can handle the transactions.
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