Raynorshyn wrote:Ok... I'm still a hair confused here:
Timp says "point the arrows so they are going towards freqd player lengths.
Then increase the timed kernals in order to complete the sample lengths"
Then Cupwise says "if you want to use timed only, the arrow should be on timed"
In Classic mode, or hybrid, which way should the arrow point to use the timed engine on the kernel?
sorry Rayn, fredrikberg is right. i've never really paid attention to the arrow, i always go by the (1), which is what i was thinking of. the (1) will be by whichever one you are using, and the arrow should be as fredrikberg says.
i think this topic is interesting because i haven't seen it talked about much in the forums. i guess because timed is so cpu heavy. i've compared the different versions but not enough to really come to any conclusions. my cpu isn't quite up to snuff so i can't really listen to long timed kernels and do a quick A/B with freqd, to decide if i think timed sounds that much better.
Wow I just tested classic mode with 10 ms on clean, even and odd harmonics, arrows pointed at freqd (click on them) and its an incredible difference!! Doing this just with one preamp, in 44.1 Hz is like you're on stage with the singer... incredible. Prf went from 10% to 40% though (on my i5 760). And it introduces half a second latency.
yeah that's one thing to be aware of here, lower kern lengths mean the bass cycles in the impulses are going to be cut short, meaning bass is cut.
you can notice that small changes to kern length below 10ms cause drastic differences in the sound. vst analyser would come in handy to see if the difference you hear is due something like bass being cut, as jrasia mentioned.