Conventional compressors are based on peak or rms-level estimation to compute their time-variant gain or attenuation. This property of most compressors often causes undesirable intermodulation distortion and pumping/breathing artefacts.
JB PC-2 includes a ‘psycho-acoustic relevance’ mode. Instead of using a peak or rms-level estimation, this mode employes a perceptual loudness model to compute the loudness of the input signal. This perceptual loudness model is combined with advanced attack and release stages that model peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve. The result is a very transparent compression characteristic, even with very short attack and release times.
On the other hand, the simple, classic compression behavior can be engaged too by simply switching off the complex loudness model.
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PC-2 (PC: ‘psycho-acoustic relevance’) is a novel peak compression method which uses a perceptual loudness model to compute the loudness of the input signal. For longer attack and release periods the model is replaced by an attack/release stage.
The basic compression behavior is defined by the presence of the perceptual loudness model. The attack and release stages, and any additional filtering, can be switched on and off via a menu.
The approach used in PC-2 differs from classic peak, rms and onset-offset compression in the following aspects:
PC-2 includes a psycho-acoustic relevance mode which models the peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve. The compression characteristic is transparent and the shape of the attack/release stages can be adjusted by means of the attack and release time.
PC-2 includes a loudness model which can be used to compute attack and release times and as a foundation for an alternative compression algorithm.
PC-2 includes an advanced attack/release stage which models peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve.
PC-2 includes a ‘psycho-acoustic relevance’ mode which models the peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve.
PC-2 includes a perceptual loudness model which is used in a new, advanced attack/release stage which models the peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve.
PC-2 includes a new compression algorithm with advanced attack and release stages that model peripheral adaptation of the human auditory nerve.
PC-2 is available as an integrated VST plugin. The plugin can be used as a standalone component as well. This freeware (shareware) component is suitable for MIDI applications using any MIDI sequencer.
PC-2 (perceptual loudness compression 2) is a new and improved form of peak compression. It is intended for use with MIDI applications and for use with classic and rock presets. The new ‘psycho-acoustic relevance’ (PC) mode uses a perceptual loudness model to compute the loudness of the input signal. For longer attack and release periods the model is replaced by an attack/release stage. The compression characteristic is thus transparent and the shape of the attack/release stages can be adjusted by means of the attack and release time. The ‘on/off’ mode and a new ‘attack/release’ mode are available for instant compression.
PC-2 includes PC, ‘psycho-acoustic relevance’, and ‘classic’ compression, as well as attack and
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JB PC-2 is a compression effect designed to add to the JB PC-2 Pro that has been regularly praised by users for its warm, transparent compression sound.
PC-2 is often compared with the iZotope Mega, the most advanced compressor available on the market in 2018.
PC-2 is provided in the form of an Audio Unit within Audiokinetic’s Auria Pro and, Pro Tools 8 and X8 Studio.
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Category:Audio effectsEndoscopic removal of a wide range of common bile duct stones by using a combination of a “pull-through” technique and antegrade sphincterotomy.
A sequential dilatation technique with a standard biliary sphincterotome (SW-634D) is usually used for removal of bile duct stones. In some cases, the stones cannot be removed using the sphincterotome alone, and the biliary tract needs to be opened further with a needle-knife. Therefore, we modified the biliary tract opening technique by eliminating any standard sphincterotomy. In this study we report our experience in removal of common bile duct stones using this technique. A standard sphincterotome was used initially to dilate the biliary tract over a guidewire. After stone extraction, if the biliary tract was dilated so that it was safe to perform pull-through of the stone, this was removed sequentially with sphincterotome and needle-knife, and the tract was kept dilated by a balloon. From December 1996 to June 2001, 89 patients were enrolled in this study. Ten patients who had a preoperative history of recent biliary tract infection, ten patients in whom the biliary tract was incompletely dilated by standard biliary sphincterotome, five patients who failed to have the stones removed, and four patients who were considered not suitable for this technique were excluded. In 85 patients stone removal was possible by this modified technique. Fifty-seven patients were women and 28 were men; the mean age was 74 years (range, 53 to 88 years). The common bile duct stones were: type 1, n = 9; type 2, n = 25; type 3, n = 42; and type 4, n = 5. The biliary tract was able to be safely dilated
Mono Compressor 2
Mono Compressor 2 is intended for mono processing of audio signals. It is available in four selectable modes:
Mono Compressor 2 (standard mode) – it does not employ a psycho-acoustic model and behaves like a mono compressor
Mono Compressor 2 (psycho-acoustic mode) – it does employ a psycho-acoustic model and behaves like a mono compressor
Mono Compressor 2 (rms mode) – it does not employ a psycho-acoustic model and behaves like a mono compressor
Mono Compressor 2 (peak mode) – it does not employ a psycho-acoustic model and behaves like a mono compressor
Jitter analysis and correction
Jitter analysis and correction is designed to reduce jitter introduced by compression, and to remedy some effects of the compression. For instance, PC-2 tends to produce a ‘double hump’ of jitter with a very pronounced peak.
Jitter is a low level effect that affects audio frames. The maximum effect is to sometimes double the number of frames that have an earlier or later sample position, but also to sometimes remove the sample, and in the worst case can corrupt an entire audio file. This phenomenon, known as jitter buffer overrun (JB) is the result of the way the audio signal is normally represented as a discrete sample sequence, not taking into account that the audio signal is constructed out of continuous tones. Even though this is normally solved by the digital to analog converter (DAC), it is a minor effect that can be left untreated, or fixed in the digital domain.
Jitter correction is based on processing the jitter according to the Head-Related Transfer Function (HRTF). Because the HRTF determines the perceived effect of the different frequencies in the air, it is determined based on a listener’s hearing-resistance, and is designed to correct the effect of jitter on the listener. Furthermore, since the HRTF is different for each ear, PC-2 uses two different correction algorithms to ensure that jitter effects are suppressed equally between both ears. The correction is placed into two different stages, the jitter analysis stage and the jitter correction stage. The jitter analysis stage simply measures the amount of jitter, and in rare cases can provide a read out of the amount of jitter in terms of frames. The jitter correction stage employs the HRTF to apply corrective measures,
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Category:Digital signal processing[Serum heart-type fatty acid-binding protein as a marker of myocardial injury in patients with acute coronary syndrome and subsequent major adverse cardiovascular events].
Heart-type fatty acid-binding protein (H-FABP) is a small and cytoplasmic protein with a molecular weight of 15 kD, and a native structure consisting of two domains (the N-terminal domain and the C-terminal domain), which play a role in the regulation of fatty acid metabolism in the heart. In the past several years, H-FABP has emerged as a novel marker of ischemic heart disease. In this study, our aim was to evaluate the diagnostic value of the early serum H-FABP level in acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients, and in patients with ACS who developed a major adverse cardiovascular event (MACE). A total of 216 consecutive patients with ACS (167 men and 49 women; mean age, 58+/-11 years) and 30 healthy volunteers (16 men and 14 women; mean age, 54+/-13 years) were included in this study. In patients with ACS, serum H-FABP levels were significantly increased on admission, compared with those in healthy volunteers (P
System Requirements For PC-2:
OS: 64-bit Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10
Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics or equivalent
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 2 GB available space
Processor: Intel Core i3 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM