PowerPC and Old Versions of Mac OS

October 25, 2013

Is anyone still using a PPC mac for music making? I’m +RIGHT+ on the verge of killing PPC support. Would anyone notice if I did this? Also, how old a version of Mac OS is anyone using? It’s becoming increasingly difficult (because Apple push pretty hard) to support really old versions. Currently our oldest supported […]


Updates to things

February 12, 2013

I’ve updated all the things, changelog below. And the news that you are all waiting to hear – EQuilibrium, the new EQ should hit alpha this week and with any luck beta next!! EQuick – Fix mousewheel handling bug – Fix bug that could cause pops when automated – Added preference: Band-Q follows Zoom – […]


I wrote a mini paper!

February 1, 2013

Here’s what some EQ maths looks like! There’s even some code! This is what I did today. I also baked Parisian macaroons. Little EQ result. This is really just to drop the result into the public domain, because it’s not very complicated (it took me a few hours), but it would be brutally awful for […]



January 18, 2013

So, after realising that I REALLY REALLY REALLY needed to release AAX yesterday, I now have done! Installers are up on the dmgaudio site, and everything gets a version number bump (because there are fixes too!) Edit: There’s always something. A really odd DSP error slipped through the cracks, and if you downloaded within the […]


Request for post ideas

January 17, 2013

Lots of people ask me questions about audio. This is probably no great surprise. If anyone has any questions they’d like me to blog about, post ‘em here, and we’ll get some explainings going on


Where are things?

January 17, 2013

New EQ – working on it. It has ALL THE THINGS, and it’s so sexy that I can’t compare it to previous EQ plugins. It’s more like an EQ platform, from the future. It oozes with power, and it does EVERYTHING. Surround support is in too, which I’m especially pleased about, despite it being one […]


Oversampling rant

January 17, 2013

This post is a copy&paste from a comment I posted on KVR where someone was arguing that 384kHz oversampling is a prerequisite for acceptably low levels of aliasing: Oversampling a linear process (EQ) offers no benefit in terms of aliasing, because there isn’t any aliasing to get rid of. Oversampling a time-variant process up to […]


…and PitchFunk 1.02!

June 17, 2012

Grab it from Here under ‘Downloads’. Whole bunch of neat changes and new features: – Improve CPU usage. – Reduce latency. – Free-run modes for LFOs. – Retriggering of LFOs. – Unipolar/Bipolar LFO modes. – Dual mode, allows processing two Stereo-mode instances in one. – Splice Scaling control for Asynch modes. – Edit Both functionality, […]


PitchFunk 1.01 update :)

May 24, 2012

Out now from here Changes: Changes v1.00->1.01 – Fix crash with 64bit AU validation – Fix synched delay times – Fixed VST3 automation – Fixed crash when changing presets – Fixed denormal bug in ‘Bit’ delay algorithm – Improved ‘Modern’ delay algorithm – Improved CPU usage – Fixed ‘paste’ of LFO curves – Fixed synch […]


PitchFunk out now! :)

May 18, 2012

It is time.