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Postby arseniy2; Tue May 31, 2016 4:07 am Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Thanks. The Smile VST interface gives a clue that it is an EQ doing a fletcher-munson curve. The Deharsh also adds a saturation above. Seems that both of them need some EQ after them. But the result is intresting with bother of them. Also it seems that with Smile is better to keep the filter option ON as it is boosting noise or saw wave at 20khz pretty much.
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Postby MogwaiBoy; Tue May 31, 2016 3:46 pm Re: DeHarsh 1.0 VST

Also I noticed on the Smile that the low pass filter is quite low.. around 13kHz. That will certainly remove some air/sparkle - but at the same time it boosts just below that, so the perceived high-end increases, while at the same time "deharshed". It's an interesting concept that seems to work in practice.

Would be keen for 64-bit versions on both Terry West and Noisebud plugins...

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