In response to a post in the Cakewalk newsgroup back in the good old days (all the current Cakewalk products support this), I wrote this very quick little utility, which allows you to invert the phase of a DirectX audio stream. Not terribly useful for anyone who's using just about any other digital audio system, but for the ones that don't support this most basic feature, it's a real godsend.
In order to use Phase, your application must support DirectX Audio Plugins, and must also support either realtime or non-realtime processing (such as Paris, Cakewalk, WaveLab, CoolEdit, etc). Phase will work with any number of channels, and supports either 16bit or 32bit data types.
Phase works on all
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