A great new release!
I have one more requirement here that it would be good if you could note. And it is about the following.
I use the "Advanced Clipper" very carefully in my presets, after Bojcha made me realize that you don't really need it in very lightweight presets. I am currently more concerned with detail work on the sound and not the loudness.
However, I have now noticed a problem. It's about the module "Multipath Stereo Phase Difference Remover". I would like to use this also in my preset. But now I have a problem with it, and it is placed "wrong" in the process chain (for my purpose). By default this hangs before the clipper and after the SB compressor for me. But I would need it now before the SB compressor, because this is currently also my clipper at the end. Say, it would be desirable to be able to move this module before the SB compressor as well. The best would be a dropdown box where you could choose where the module is placed in the process chain. Otherwise that gives namely with files with very extensive stereo some problems that the levels become louder, for example, and nevertheless over the sticks, because I do not use the Clipper at the end at all properly (only around extreme level peaks to catch).
Is surely not really elaborate for you, but would help me here very well.
That thing is designed for FM and it's at good place. Mono Bass in other hand is not at right place. But i see why it's there, to help that other filter to work easier.
I dont know what you like in that filter, but is 4 stereo enhancment filters capable of similar thing?
Even if it's specially designed for it, you can still ask if it can be moved, right? From my point of view, this makes just as much sense for web radio and is just as important there, because at low bit rates there is also an improvement. By the way, this is explicitly activated in many webradio presets, and not only in the FM presets.
About the standard stereo effects: They don't help me at this point, because I want to reduce the stereo image so that the entire stream sounds better, even at lower bit rates. And only this module is of any use to me, because I have more control over the phases etc. here. And no, the standard Stereo Imagery effect does not help me here, I have tried it. With no other effect except this one I achieve this result.
A supplement to this perhaps. What the standard stereo effects all can't do is a comparable option like "No phase difference above" and "Normal phase difference below". This is a sticking point for me. The angle can indeed be limited with this, but these two missing options make it impossible to replace this.