Ehm...latest 0.4.90

2010/9/12 Janne Sinisalo <janne.m.sinisalo@gmail.com>:
> What version is this for? On my system LMMS (0.4.90) just crashes when
> I try to play TripleOsc. Compiled without optimizations.
>
> 2010/9/11 Stefan Fendt <stefan@sfendt.de>:
>> Ok, here we go...
>>
>> This patch changes the oscillators in such a way that they can be
>> oversampled up to 16x now. The only plugin currently using this feature
>> is Tripple-Oscillator (in which for the time being an
>> oversampling-factor of 8 is hardcoded currently). On my machine (slow
>> Intel dual-core) I still can play 32+ Instances of Tripple-Oscillator
>> with this patch applied, so it's not too slow anyways... But on the long
>> run there could be a knob reflecting the oversampling-setting for a
>> particular instance of a plugin, so you do not waste CPU-time with
>> oversampling bass-sounds...
>>
>> The main benefit from this approach compared to my last attemt (using
>> wavetables for alias-free waveform-generation) is, that it works with
>> the higher-order modulations (AM, FM, Sync, PM). The main drawback is,
>> that it isn't halfway that fast and while alias is suppressed reasonably
>> it's not completely alias-free...
>>
>> But as said above: this shouldn't be a problem, as you only would use
>> this feature adaptively for higher-pitched (and/or modulated) lead
>> voices anyways...
>>
>> Please test and comment...
>>
>> Stefan
>>
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