Old 10-05-2018, 12:32 AM   #1
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JS:RBJ 12-BAND EQ W/HPF (CODE FILE rbj12eq-tee
This and several other JS plugins cause volume to spike and track automate mute to engage. I do not see any anomaly in the values being return in the code but yet I get a muted track every time I try to use these plugin. I have been using reaper and the JS plugins for a long time and this anomaly started suddenly and almost seemed to track with the last couple of reaper DAW update. Any assistance would be appreciate.We are a paid licensed user of Reaper and use it in a professional recording studio business.

UPDATE: All JS EQ plugins have the same anomaly, no other eq plugin has this issue.

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Old 10-05-2018, 02:23 AM   #2
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yup...i get this with the latest version (5.95).
i did not get it with the last version i was using (5.92).
looks like it's the left channel only. (from my brief test)
i would suspect this has something to do with denormals, because if i add the line "ext_nodenorm = 1" to the code (@init), it is back to "normal".
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Old 10-07-2018, 02:28 AM   #3
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This is an issue with all JSFX, not only the EQs.
Maybe change the title of the thread to show that, to get devs attention ?
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