Digital Room Correction Designer was created to ease the process of creating and loading room correction filters for use with two channel stereo systems. DRC Designer includes Denis Sbragion’s DRC for creating room correction filters, John Pavel’s Convolver VST for playing music through the filters, and Simple Automated IR Measuring Tool by Denis Sbragion and Edward Wildgoose for creating the impulse response files needed by DRC.
This pack includes every natively supported free encoder binary for use with the Converter foobar2000 component. The binaries are conveniently installed into a subfolder of the foobar2000 installation folder.
Current versions of foobar2000 will automatically recognize these encoders and no longer ask you for encoder binary location.
AAC + Apple Lossless (qaac) – requires iTunes to be installed (read more…)
AAC (fhgaacenc) – requires Winamp to be installed (read more…)
Linear phase is a property of a filter, where the phase response of the filter is a linear function of frequency. The result is that all frequency components of the input signal are shifted in time (usually delayed) by the same constant amount (the slope of the linear function), which is referred to as the group delay. And consequently, there is no phase distortion due to the time delay of frequencies relative to one another.
VLevel keeps your music from making you jump out of your seat, and it keeps you from having to fiddle with the volume constantly. It’s different from other dynamic compressors because it looks ahead. You can think of VLevel as someone who knows your music by heart, and turns the volume up during quiet passages, but smoothly turns it back down when he knows a loud part is coming. It’s great for making CDs to listen to in your car, or to play background music on your computer.
Adding scripts is one method used to extend Foobar’s abilities. Not only are there quite a few existing useful scripts, new custom scripts can be written. One great script is the Biography script which displays biography and rating information from both AllMusic and Last.FM