Dominique wrote:Thanks for the explanation and the links.
You are welcome.
Dominique wrote:Is it possible to use the dkbuilder with 2 inputs and 1 input schematic like a VCA?
No, only mono circuits been supported right now. (singular matrix in use)
Dominique wrote:Another question is that I don't understand if the "--table n" option must be used just to show a diagram, or if dkbuilder need it for some circuits to be correctly converted to plugins, and if so, how can I know when it is needed?
The --table n option is used to indicate the part of the circuit which introduce the non linear response. If a linear circuit is build ( like a EQ or a tonestack, or even a wah), no table is needed, so no --table n option needs to be given. If more then one part introduce non-linearity, multiple tables could be build by using --table 1 2 3 . . .
Otherwise, you could build any circuit as linear plugin, usually that is what I'm doing first. In later runs, I start to experimenting with the tables. They are produced by sending a numpy array (0-1.4 in 200 steps) to the circuit and measure the response.