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DSP for adding intentional Harmonic Distortion

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I know most people are looking for Hi-Fi & as little coloration as possible, But I am curious about its effects.
I don't think it will be that bad since usually when we are having lots of distortion something in the audio chain isn't working properly. But here everything is fine & we are adding it ourselves as part of the music

Is there a filter to try this out? Something that allows us to choose which frequencies, which order of Harmonics & how much we add. preferably on linux :)
 

Sokel

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@pkane (the author) is a member here,there's a thread about it too:

 

Keith_W

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There is also PKHarmonic from @pkane:

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ASR thread and PKHarmonic webpage. It is donationware.

(EDIT) sorry, I missed / forgot the "preferably on Linux" bit!!
 

somebodyelse

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Well...there are ways to use VSTs on linux like LinVST and Carla. Not sure if anyone has done it with PKHarmonic but it might be worth a try.
 
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