Started by Poser, December 21, 2005, 19:25:18
Quote from: "Poser"Hm, to really compare the tracks fairly they must have thesame (normalized) volume and don't use any additionalequalizer/surround/bass expander/...For me it's important, that all samples after the exportinto a wav-file sounding the same like played alonewith the keyboard.
Quote from: "beRo"I have didn't use any additional equalizer/surround/bass expander/etc. It's the resampling algorithm.
Quote from: "Poser"I saved my example track also with the worst settings in ModPlug and it stillsounds better than the BeRo-version.
Quote from: "Trustmaster"BTW, a funny fact: open MPT is written in commercial VCPP environment whereas close BRT is written in opensource FPC, don't you think there should be a change?
Quote from: "Trustmaster"OFFTOPIC to beRo about FPC (Free Pascal). Have you informed the FPC team about your project? I think you should do it so that they post it in the news (as they've done for Pixel Image Editor) or somewhere else for FPC users to know "FPC - what you can do with it" and for your project to get more publicity. (Remark: I'm leading a project written in Free Pascal, so I'm a FPC programmer also). BTW, a funny fact: open MPT is written in commercial VCPP environment whereas close BRT is written in opensource FPC, don't you think there should be a change?
Quote from: "Trustmaster"Bugreporting is not the way of informing I mean You know, your bug is very personal and there's a little chance they fix it through the standard bugtracking system. On the other hand you can't fix it yourself if you know the reason because you're not a compiler developer. So the only thing that comes to my head is to catch some FPC developer on IRC and make him interested in helping you. Sounds like "you should find a friend in FPC team", but it is the most reliable way in fact. Or you may still try to find out the reason itself, but it is a lot of time and a great chance of spending the time in vain. Another question is "do you really need -O2 and -O3 optimization"? I don't think it is significant enough to speed BRT up a lot (at least more than 5%). But maybe this statement isn't right as everything is concreet code-dependent.
Quote from: "beRo"As a hint: In BRT works the filters like in Original ImpulseTracker and not like in ModPlug. (...) Play it in Original IT, BRT and MT. Oroginal IT and BRT plays all files right, but MPT has some problems on some files. The WAV files are from the Original ImpulseTracker (Mono WAV Writer). I hope this abuse test kit can help the MPT developer to fix the bugs.
Quote from: "Trustmaster""The best software is software you know best of all" - someone told. In fact, 80% of success in music creation (design, programming, etc., etc., etc.) process depends on you, not on your tools.
Quote from: "Squirrel Havoc"But I cant help the project as I only have the standard version of Visual C++ that doesnt support P4 ASM and the like.
Quote from: "Relabsoluness"Quote from: "Squirrel Havoc"But I cant help the project as I only have the standard version of Visual C++ that doesnt support P4 ASM and the like.You mean it needs some 'professional/enterprise' version to compile OMPT?