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Old 16th November 2007, 01:34 AM   #1
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Default Winamp plugin for Frequency Allocator

Frequency Allocator can now be used inside the Winamp Player thank to Christian Budde's Winamp Allocator Output plugin.
It allows for loading of the Allocator as an output process which makes for a very elegant solution. You set it, close its window and use the Winamp to listen to your music as you would normally, except you have the crossover running in the background.
It's been tested with a few ASIO sound cards and it passed the tests, but as usual, the first release can be a bit buggy, so be cautious.

Here is the link to the announcement:
http://www.thuneau.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=135
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Looks cool! I'll give it a try.

One question ( I didn't see the answer on the other page).
Does it need the Windoze ".net framework"?

I've been running a plugin crossover in Foobar that doesn't need the .net, that's why I like it. +)
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Neither the Winamp output plug, nor the Allocator need the .Net framework. Allocator is a VST plugin- these existed before MS had any of the .Net stuff.
The Winamp plug is just a specialized VST wrapper that acts like a Winamp output module.
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Very Cool, thanks!

I just read thru the Allocator Light Manual. Great stuff. The ability to import the FRD files is killer. Great work - thanks again.
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