infuzion wrote:Neat, thank you!
BTW, it is best not to use any hops at all until the near the final version; you cannot find the difference between an original module and an faster version. I just wasted 20 minutes finding that out.
Also, you do not need to .RAR OSMs; SM automatically ZIPs them very well.
Dr.? LOLMichaelBenjamin wrote:...as dr infuzion already mentioned....but this is only minor compared to your effort of putting this filter together
MichaelBenjamin wrote:i must say as dr infuzion already mentioned you gain nothing by the (surely well-meant) packing to rar, since the osm is already compressed, and on the downside we must take the extra step of unpacking to the disk before opening, instead of instant opening. but this is only minor compared to your effort of putting this filter together, so thank you dr zoidberg:)
infuzion wrote:Dr.? LOLMichaelBenjamin wrote:...as dr infuzion already mentioned....but this is only minor compared to your effort of putting this filter together
Yes, thanks for putting it together. I'm only saving you time by suggesting no need for the RAR
As you can see, there is 99.99% no difference in the Code merging I've done so far, the only blip is in the beginning from the hopped sqrps I forgot.
streamin TIRfeed;streamin w;
TIRa0 = TIRfeed+TIRb1;
TIRb1 = (TIRa0+denorm)-denorm;
TIRc0 = (w*TIRa0)+TIRd1;
TIRd1 = (TIRc0+denorm)-denorm;
We still need help/advice here; anyone please?infuzion wrote:...the "Delay by 1 sample". However, it is still the cause for the filter being off from the original. So, I'll still need help there, unless my Code version is more desirable.
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