* Converting VST to Sox mcompand
@ 2018-10-29 16:19 Tom Weber
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From: Tom Weber @ 2018-10-29 16:19 UTC (permalink / raw)
I'm trying to convert a multiband VST to Sox mcompand.
I'm pretty sure I did it correctly, but somewhere there must be
something different as my Sox results are extremely distorted.
I just don't see where I did something wrong. Does anybody do?
This is a screenshot of the 4 different bands of the VST:
And this is my Sox mcompand approach to achieve the same:
play orig.wav gain -n -6 mcompand "0.0,0.0 -16.5,-1.2 -5.3" 90 "0.0,0.0
-12.5,-0.6 8.0" 700 "0.0,0.0 -13.2,-0.6 9.7" 4800 "0.0,0.0 -13.8,-1.8 4.7"
Does anybody see where I went wrong?
Thank you very much!
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