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Using Dirac Live Processor and Bass Control as a plugin

First create the configuration using the Dirac Live Processor standalone application

Select Custom Channel Config from the menu

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Select your channel configuration and add additional subwoofers if needed.


Then go to the folder

Windows:

%AppData%\Dirac\Dirac_Live_Processor

MacOS

~/Music/Audio Music Apps/Dirac


The file channels.json contains the information of the speakers that was created in custom channel config.

Rename the file to something else, for example 2_2.json if you have a 2.2 system like in this example.

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Open the file "Dirac_Live_Processor.config" in a text editor and add the line "<VALUE name="channelsConfig" val="2_2.json"/>" between the PROPERTIES tags

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languagexml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
 
<PROPERTIES>
	<VALUE name="channelOrder" val="0001020304050607080910111213141516171819202122232425262728293031"/>
	<VALUE name="channelsConfig" val="2_2.json"/>
</PROPERTIES>


Open a VST Host and load Dirac Live Processor plugin, it will load with the configuration from the .json file

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A guide how to set up Dirac Live Processor, VST Host Element and VoiceMeter Banana can be found here:

Windows: Set up Dirac Processor Plugin for Systemwide Multichannel with Element (Free)