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The KVR Developer Challenge 2018 has entered the download and voting stage - there are 26 entries available now, for free, for everyone. Thanks to everyone who has entered (and donated) - good luck to you all!

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stanlea
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4651 posts since 11 Feb, 2005, from Bordeaux France

Postby stanlea; Thu Apr 26, 2018 12:24 pm Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

Anything spectral
You can't always get what you waaaant...
heavymetalmixer
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221 posts since 8 Jan, 2017

Postby heavymetalmixer; Thu May 03, 2018 4:31 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

A pair of plugins to introduce anti-aliasing for any processor:

1) Before the processors to upsample the track.

2) After the processors for a very high frequency LPF, and then turning back down to the original sample rate.
Anti-Logic
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155 posts since 4 Mar, 2014

Postby Anti-Logic; Thu May 17, 2018 2:28 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

I also gladly support the idea of having x64 and (perhaps) multi-platform versions of the VoS plugins and that Prodigious synth mentioned before in this thread.

I'd also like to see an algorithmic reverb plugin that simulates wide open landscapes, like outdoorverb, but less closed canyon-ish and more open flat horizon-ish. I always loved the sound of that.
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barrybitter
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472 posts since 12 Nov, 2008, from God's County

Postby barrybitter; Thu May 17, 2018 2:33 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

My wish is simple. Please make your vsti & fx to work with 32 bit computers also. I can't vote for you if I can't get your vst to work on my computer, and I'm not in a position to upgrade to a 64 bit machine yet. :pray:
enroe
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768 posts since 18 Mar, 2008, from germany

Postby enroe; Fri May 18, 2018 2:34 pm Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

What about a

===> Sidechain-EQ

This is an EQ which is fed by a sidechain-signal,
which analyses the sidechain signal and applies
an inverse EQ-curve to the current signal. In
this way it creates space in the current
signal.

A sidechain-EQ would be a fantastic mixing
tool. A kind of automatic EQ-carving-tool. :tu:
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zippy731
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78 posts since 13 Jan, 2015

Postby zippy731; Fri May 18, 2018 6:52 pm Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

enroe wrote:What about a

===> Sidechain-EQ

This is an EQ which is fed by a sidechain-signal,
which analyses the sidechain signal and applies
an inverse EQ-curve to the current signal. In
this way it creates space in the current
signal.

A sidechain-EQ would be a fantastic mixing
tool. A kind of automatic EQ-carving-tool. :tu:


Yes, would be a great tool!

I came across this video a few years ago with someone working on a similar concept, but I don't think it ever made it out of the lab...

https://vimeo.com/23651804
Just because it's insane doesn't mean it's a bad idea.
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heavymetalmixer
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221 posts since 8 Jan, 2017

Postby heavymetalmixer; Fri May 18, 2018 6:59 pm Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

Can't you do that with a Dynamic EQ with external side-chain feature?
cthonophonic
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90 posts since 1 Jan, 2018

Postby cthonophonic; Fri May 18, 2018 7:11 pm Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

enroe wrote:What about a

===> Sidechain-EQ

This is an EQ which is fed by a sidechain-signal,
which analyses the sidechain signal and applies
an inverse EQ-curve to the current signal. In
this way it creates space in the current
signal.

A sidechain-EQ would be a fantastic mixing
tool. A kind of automatic EQ-carving-tool. :tu:

So basically something like Trackspacer?
wehkah
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80 posts since 8 Oct, 2007

Postby wehkah; Sat May 19, 2018 5:48 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

enroe wrote:What about a

===> Sidechain-EQ

This is an EQ which is fed by a sidechain-signal,
which analyses the sidechain signal and applies
an inverse EQ-curve to the current signal. In
this way it creates space in the current
signal.

A sidechain-EQ would be a fantastic mixing
tool. A kind of automatic EQ-carving-tool. :tu:


You are about Dynamic EQ as described by HeavyMetalMixer above, here is a demo using MAutoDynamicEQ by MeldaProdutions.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXBOtMPl70I
heavymetalmixer
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221 posts since 8 Jan, 2017

Postby heavymetalmixer; Sat May 19, 2018 6:15 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

TDR NOVA too, and it has a very good free version.
DJ Fed
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26 posts since 21 Aug, 2006, from Ukraine, Mariupol city

Postby DJ Fed; Wed May 23, 2018 12:51 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

Stuff I will look for sure:
1. Glitch/pattern based VST which uses external HiQuality FX (chosen by user) - Is there "smth just like this" has already been developed? :?
2. Drum "allinone" sampler with midi patterns ADSR, layering, other useful stuff and....multiout! :ud:
3. Smth like Ozone's masterasistant, good handy analizer for amateurs and semiprofi to get more information on miximg masterimg stage. :help:
Stuff i won't look by any money:
1. Pad? Fx Strange sounds and other shit. :dog:
2. EQ Comp and Reverb/Delay cause everyone already has tons of those from Waves/Melda/FabFilter/younameit and don't interested in lowquality competitor. :pray:
3. "Analog" synth with childish toy sound cause everyone has Serum Spire Sylenth Avenger and younameit and don't need lowquality competitor. :hyper:
Its only IMHO, best wishes to developers!
enroe
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768 posts since 18 Mar, 2008, from germany

Postby enroe; Wed May 23, 2018 2:40 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

DJ Fed wrote:Stuff I will look for sure:
...

You shoud have made clear: "smth" = something :dog:

DJ Fed wrote:Stuff i won't look by any money:
1. Pad? Fx Strange sounds and other shit. :dog:

Ok, yes.

DJ Fed wrote:Stuff i won't look by any money:
2. EQ Comp and Reverb/Delay cause everyone already has tons of those from Waves/Melda/FabFilter/younameit and don't interested in lowquality competitor. :pray:

Maybe, but with one exception:
1. The Side-chain EQ, which is basically an automatic carving eq.

DJ Fed wrote:Stuff i won't look by any money:
3. "Analog" synth with childish toy sound cause everyone has Serum Spire Sylenth Avenger and younameit and don't need lowquality competitor. :hyper:
Its only IMHO, best wishes to developers!

Agreed.
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enroe
KVRian
 
768 posts since 18 Mar, 2008, from germany

Postby enroe; Wed May 23, 2018 2:42 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

And I nearly forgot: a Multiband exciter (see first page!)
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onerob
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185 posts since 28 Oct, 2014

Postby onerob; Wed May 23, 2018 8:48 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

Can someone make a decent cross-platform FM synth that isn't a) A DX7 emulation or b) A nightmare to program?
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harryupbabble
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1173 posts since 19 Mar, 2012, from Babbleon

Postby harryupbabble; Wed May 23, 2018 11:12 am Re: KVR Developer Challenge 2018 Wish List

MIDI Note Visualizer

The screen will be like a clear-night sky full of twinkling colourful stars.
Each star will be placed wherever the user want it to be on the screen.
Each star will be triggered or twinkled by a midi note that the user chooses.
Each star's colour should also be decided by the user.
Other star's properties will be decided by the user by way of user input or configuration.


The star's twinkle duration will be determined by the note length of the midi note.
The snare and kick midi notes, for example, will cause its corresponding star to twinkle very briefly.
Chord or pad midi notes should make their stars twinkle longer.

Winamp has a lot of music visualizers but they are for wav or mp3... and as far as I know, not for midi.
And more importantly... of the many many Winamp visualizers for wav and mp3 that I have seen, none react to just individual instrument's notes.
So even if a midi song is converted to wav or mp3, Winamp visualizers doesn't look at each instrument's individual notes.
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