Discussion in 'Effects and the DSP' started by Chester01, Dec 18, 2004.
what is xor? thanks!
I didn't try it. Is it with 3538 version?
I guess xor of two channels erases common sounds.
Kind of simple "voice remover"?
well its been in every version ive ever seen... it only has one input and one output so I am really not sure what it does
Maybe it's the opposite of xsumm.
xor is designed for internal use only. it simply removes lower bits of 32-bit audio leaving plain 16-bit. useful for ac-3 passthru only
no matter if it's for internal use or else, it would be really nice for everybody to KNOW what these plugins ARE! Even if they might not understand what is it all about...
At least there should be few words inside plugin's Info... Comment: window.
xor: removes lower 16 bits (32-bit to 16-bit). for ac-3 passtrough only
Please, Eugene; effect's Info... Comment: should be a must!
dunno what b2b and BoobleGum are for neither...
I guess the info can be easily obtained by reviewing effect source
x4 simply multiplies the signal by 4, thus giving +12dB attn
this is necessary in order to translate FXBus signals to 'physical outputs'
div4 does -12dB attn
xSumm is summ+volume control (stereo)
thanks for info...
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