View Full Version : Looking for a plugin...
29th May 2002, 00:47
Been digging around for hours, okay, months...
Specifically, I need a stable normalization AND crossfading plugin that can work with null output (no soundcard in server) and the shoutcast DSP.
Anything out there specifically for this, or that can be stacked?
29th May 2002, 04:26
check this... posted only a day or so ago
like it says, any other plugin can be placed in between the crossfader and the shoutcast dsp once the stacker is configured.
I think it is mentioned somewhere else, but you need to install the stacker and crossfader in their own folders (aside from winamp) and then manually put the .ini and .dll files into the winamp plugins folder. just installing directly into the winamp folder will make a folder seperate from plugins and winamp wont see them.
hope this helps,
30th May 2002, 03:18
I know exactly how to stack, no problem there, just a couple things missing... I guess I should have been more specific.
What I was specifically looking for was a normalizer, fader, and a gap killer that was functional with the null-output system.
I have found a 'fairly' decent fader is spacial audios DSP, but it hasn't changed since Louis first 'modified' it a couple years ago, and frankly isn't that great, I hounded them guys long ago, and spent hours on the phone giving suggestions and tips, but to no avail. It does not do silence detection and gap killing.
I really do like sqrSofts fade, it's got silence detection and gap killing, but it doesn't come in a DSP, or with null out options! Can't even stack the sucker with an output stacker...
I like RockSteady, and have played with TomSteady a bit, but TomSteady tends to bomb way too often, so I've gone back to RockSteady. That doesn't need to be played with.
Can't find a single DSP gap killer anywhere, tons of output gap killers, but yet again, none that can stack, or have null-out options.
Anywho, a 'quick' solution would be a stackable DSP gap killer, that I could add to my signal chain.... The best solution would be that sqrSofts fade was available in a stackable DSP!
3rd June 2002, 19:10
Okay, so I guess nobody knows of a DSP gap killer, or solution to the above?
8th August 2005, 22:19
um you might try to modify your Direst sound output dsp as that can cause gaps in your music..i use DeciSoft eq in conjunction with shoutcast and i use the Much FX 2 stackable plug-in you may see some wierd behavior though because of its shortcut buttons but it is okay once your configure and get it running...oh and try to use winamp's fade its easy and sufficient unless you are doing something special there .. l0l
anyway thats my input..simpliest solutions sometimes are better than just adding andf adding..i dunno just a thought though..=)
9th August 2005, 00:12
This was posted about 3 years ago, they had no such options at the time ;)
9th August 2005, 00:16
omg you are right lmao..so sorry..lol
9th August 2005, 00:18
Lol, n/p, worth a trip down memory lane ;)
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