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-Effects in dtas-player may be applied either at the source or the sink.
-They are applied in the order described.
-1. source effects
- Source effects are effects which should be applied per-source and do not
- rely on inter-track information.
- Examples include:
- - ReplayGain (simple gain changes)
- - anything which does not change the length of the audio:
- gain, stereo, highpass, lowpass, loudness, bass, treble, equalizer, ...
- Modifying source effects should introduce no extra gaps in playback.
- Effects which modify the length of the audio is not recommended here,
- as seek functionality will be impaired.
-2. sink effects
- Sink effects are any effects which:
- 1) should only be applied to a specific sink
- 2) effects which require inter-track information
- (multiband delays/compressors/expanders)
- 3) alter the length of the audio
- In a multi-zone audio system (where each zone has its own sink), sink
- effects may also customize the sound of a certain zone while not
- affecting others.
- Examples include:
- - equalizer effects (highpass/bass/treble/equalizer)
- - loudness
- - delaying a certain channel or frequency range for time-alignment
- - compressors/limiters
- - reverb
- - gain
- - remix (for stereo image adjustments)
- Additionally, effects which are necessary due to the limitation of the
- playback hardware are applied at the sink:
- - rate
- - dither
- - remix (static channel mappings)
-All feedback welcome via plain-text mail to: <firstname.lastname@example.org>\
-Mailing list archives available at <http://80x24.org/dtas-all/> and
-No subscription is necessary to post to the mailing list.
-Copyright 2013-2016 all contributors <email@example.com>.\
-License: GPL-3.0+ <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.txt>