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Plugin for creating 2-way active crossover in Audirvana


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Hi all,

 

I have an RME ADI-2 Pro FS AD/DA converter that offers up to 4 analogue channels.  
 

I want to use these to create 2 way active speakers.  
 

Ideally I would create the digital crossover and do all DSP using plugins in Audirvana.  Audirvana supports multichannel audio, but I can’t find a way to signal process more than 2 channels.  
 

Is there an Audio Units plugin that splits the signal and allows DSP on multiple channels, then routes them to appropriate outputs on the DAC - a bit like an Audio Units version of Audio Hijack?

 

Many thanks in advance for any suggestions.

 

James

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  • Jas0_0 changed the title to Plugin for creating 2-way active crossover in Audirvana
1 hour ago, Jas0_0 said:

Many thanks - that would be perfect, though I also need to be able to apply time delay to align the drivers.


Then there is this free Multi channel sound delay plugin.

 

Nb - I use these plugins myself in a multi channel system

 

The Bluecat looks interesting but one you'll have to play around with to understand if it satisfies your needs.

 

Of course, you could also use any one of a number of free EQ plugins, one for each channel.  The left/right split would instead be low/high frequency.

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13 hours ago, alandbush said:


Then there is this free Multi channel sound delay plugin.

 

Nb - I use these plugins myself in a multi channel system

 

The Bluecat looks interesting but one you'll have to play around with to understand if it satisfies your needs.

 

Of course, you could also use any one of a number of free EQ plugins, one for each channel.  The left/right split would instead be low/high frequency.


Great, thanks again - the delay plugin also seems ideal

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