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Thread: Tried LS-Filter VST crossover...nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by summer69guy View Post
    oups i asked the same question in pm....:P


    and where are we suposed to put the saved file?

    is there a way to put a high pass filter of 20hz on the sub?


    edit: i knew how to save .lol...but don't know what to do with the saved file :P
    I believe it doesn't matter but you will need to have the file open up when the pc is booted or else you will manually do this everytime you get in your car.

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    i have replaced the original default.amh by ine..wich it also default.amh...

    and i have put audiomulch in the starup folrder of windows

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    nothing works

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    like you can see...sound in...after equalizer...after ls_fiter(crossover)

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    I never finished my project but I beleive you need LS Filter in order to run a High/Low pass filter. You def. wouldn't want just a high pass on a sub. It would be consumed with tones it can't play and interrupting a nice bass note. You would probably be shooting more towards a low pass or even a low/high combo.

    Let me install this again and see if I can not get it going again.... I dropped the ball because life slapped me in the face again

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    you replied in the same time of me.. i know what is lsfilter

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    I found my old notes about Autolaunch....

    http://www.ihatebreakcore.com/module...ewtopic&t=1270
    Tried LS-Filter VST crossover...nice!

    I've found AudioMulch just as good (maybe better now!) than using CONSOLE for my DSP setup...
    For those of you using AudioMulch, I've made a small .bat file that I put in Windows Startup folder to automatically launch AudioMulch WITH my preconfigured DSP layout, and to automatically 'enable' the audio...
    Here is what it looks like...

    "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\AudioMulch 1.0\Mulch.exe" /a
    "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\Audio Applications\Plugins\4.1_EQ+Delay.amh"

    The first line is where the exe is located...the /a is to enable the audio.
    The second line is where I have saved the DSP file.

    Now, if I have hibernation issues, I can do a full boot, AND not have to fire up AudioMulch and browse/load the amh file...

    If I can just make it launch minimized and close the .bat files!!!

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    Do you find Audiomulch uses more or less resources than console?
    I currently use console and am pretty happy with it - but Id rather use whatever is BEST.

    IIRC, the way I open console and hide the .BAT file is to:
    1. Create a shortcut (.lnk) to audiomulch with all your arguements included on 1 line.
    [ie: "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\AudioMulch 1.0\Mulch.exe" /a "C:\A_Applications\_A_Multimedia\Audio Applications\Plugins\4.1_EQ+Delay.amh"]
    2. Go to the properties of your shortcut and set it to run MINIMIZED.
    3. Create your .BAT to run the shortcut (eg: "c:\runmulch.lnk")


    (If you use RoadRunner, you can start your .BAT with RUNQ in the Start Command - which will hide the .BAT file from view even when it first runs)

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    The new version as startup options built in, in the options...
    You can select 'Enable Audio' there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WuNgUn View Post
    The new version as startup options built in, in the options...
    You can select 'Enable Audio' there.

    so with the enable audio option i don't need to open audiomulch each time i open windows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by summer69guy View Post
    so with the enable audio option i don't need to open audiomulch each time i open windows?
    No, you need to put a shortcut to your Mulch file in the startup folder still...

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