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acousmod
KVRist
 
414 posts since 27 Jan, 2004, from France

Postby acousmod; Sat Mar 26, 2005 9:31 am Welcome !

Hi everybody,

Thanks to Ben, the AcousModules multichannel plugins are now hosted by KVR-Audio.

I know that some people are a little bit confused with my plugs, so I hope that this forum will help to use them and promote multichannel sound in general.

All the plugins are free (but since they represent months of work, any donation is highly appreciated !) and must be considered as permanent betas.
So feel free to tell me what goes wrong and what do you whish : I will do my best...

Ah yes : since I am french and my english lessons at school are very, very far, you must be very indulgent with me and write SLOWLY...(french langage is accepted).

Before asking some question, please read :
- the Host Compatibilities Table : http://acousmodules.free.fr/compatibilites_en.htm
- the Basic Configurations : http://acousmodules.free.fr/configurations2_en.htm
- and some of these tutorials : http://acousmodules.free.fr/acousmodules7_en.htm

All subjects concerning multichannel or surround sound are welcome.

The AcousModules are made with Synthedit and are actually for Windows only.
But some of them will certainly be adapted with SonicBirth in AU and VST formats for Mac adicts in a few weeks ;-).

Cheers !
Newbie Brad
KVRian
 
538 posts since 7 Apr, 2003, from Nashville

Postby Newbie Brad; Thu Apr 07, 2005 11:42 am

Thanks for all your great work in this area. It has a lot of deep detail.
acousmod
KVRist
 
414 posts since 27 Jan, 2004, from France

Postby acousmod; Thu Apr 07, 2005 12:16 pm

It has a lot of deep detail

Sure..

But it has also a lot of need of proper documentation !

Are you using some of them ?
Newbie Brad
KVRian
 
538 posts since 7 Apr, 2003, from Nashville

Postby Newbie Brad; Tue May 31, 2005 4:03 am

acousmod wrote:
It has a lot of deep detail

Sure..

But it has also a lot of need of proper documentation !

Are you using some of them ?


I am just beginning. After I discovered your work I upgraded my computer drives so I can burn DVDs and make AC-3 files. I just converted my first stereo mix to 5.1 AC-3 yesterday. But I have no multi channel audio card yet so I can't listen to things except in stereo. I have been experimenting with graphic art videos, and I have to learn how to include AC-3 mixes when I burn DVD. I also have to learn how to mix 5.1 in an interesting way, not just file conversion from a stereo mix. I need to learn how your programs work and what each one does. I also need to decide whether to upgrade my Acid 4.0 to burn AC-3 or instead I need to figure how to run a cheaper solution, maybe with Energy XT or some other multichannel output host.
acousmod
KVRist
 
414 posts since 27 Jan, 2004, from France

Postby acousmod; Tue May 31, 2005 6:15 am

Good luck !

Concerning the encoders, the CD-DTS encoder from Minnetonka Audio is cheaper (and better) than the AC3 extension from Sony, but it allows 44,1 kHz only, so it doesn't suit for DVD-Video encoding.
TotcProductions
KVRAF
 
5639 posts since 5 Mar, 2003, from Philadelphia, USA

Postby TotcProductions; Sun Jul 10, 2005 7:20 pm

Wow that's really good to hear! congrats on the new forum! It's about time somebody picked up on your work.

peace!
Pro-Sounds : Sound....Different

-=ToTc Owns You=-
vstmusic
KVRer
 
1 post since 3 Sep, 2005

Postby vstmusic; Sat Sep 03, 2005 9:29 am

Super bonne nouvelle pour les acousmodules ! Qu'ils soient de plus en plus utilisés; la musique en sortira gagnante...

MERCI A J.-M. DUCHENNE pour la GRATUITé de son travail et pour son site ineternet ! Qu'il sache que quand je ferai usage en concert du fruit de son travail, je lui payerai son du ! :-)
acousmod
KVRist
 
414 posts since 27 Jan, 2004, from France

Postby acousmod; Wed Sep 07, 2005 8:58 pm

eh bien...
il le sait maintenant et il vous en remercie d'avance ! :wink:

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