I've tried this new version today and it is getting better and better!!! Great work!!!
Ken McLaren wrote:Sorry Flaming, I wish you were around earlier in this development I would have had time to implement more of your suggestions because they are really quite good..
Well, you could add them in future updates, could you? ? ?
Because I have a few more ideas!
I really like the "properties" button and the red box with the level, pan and ambience-mix sliders appearing!
Could you make that part in the same way that the speaker selector for cone, edge, cap, etc?
I mean, when you move over your mouse in the "properties" word, then the red box with the sliders appears, you make your settings and when you mouse over outside the red box, then it dissapears and only left the word properties? ? ?
I think it would be easier to use that way!
The info besides the mic name is wonderful! Could you put it in both "slots" IRs? ? ?
Could you put a % numerical value readout for the mixer for the tonal correction too? ? ?
By the way, what does the "dual tracking" button do? ? ? I guess it puts the plug in from mono to stereo mode, but I hear or see no difference at all. Both in mono tracks and stereo tracks. Am I deaf and blind? ? ? It is very possible...
I was thinking in this:
If the Dual tracking button puts the plug in in mono or stereo, then when in stereo mode (dual tracking active) everything should work as it is now.
But, when you put the plug in mono (default as it is now with dual tracking button off), then both pan sliders should be set at 100% left. Because in a mono track we use only the left channel or the left side of the stereo field as input. Although you hear the sound from both speakers.
Now, in mono mode, if you move the pan slider to the right channel you are losing signal until you set it 100% right, and you have no sound at all. As I understand that's the way mono channels work.
So, the idea would be that when the plug in is in mono (dual tracking off), both pan sliders should be positioned and fixed (or "grayed out) to 100% left, but in the readout should be written "centered", as you always hear the sound from both sides of the stereo field.
And the idea of "independant or combined levels" from my previous post should work only when the plug in is in mono mode. Sometimes you will have freedom the put both IRs to 100% of its own level. But I guess in general, you want to mix them setting one IR to let's say 70% and the othe one (the rest of whole level headroom) in this case 30% to the IR 2. So in "combined level mode" this will be done automatically only adjusting one level slider.
Thank You Very Much Ken for this plug in!!!