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vequalizer.h

/*
 * Copyright (c) 2003 Charles Samuels <charles@kde.org>
 *
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#ifndef NOATUN_VEQUALIZER_H
#define NOATUN_VEQUALIZER_H

#include <qptrlist.h>
#include <qobject.h>
#include <kurl.h>

class VBand;

class VBandsInterface
{
      friend class VBand;

public:
      VBandsInterface();
      virtual ~VBandsInterface();

      virtual int bands() const=0;
      virtual VBand band(int num)=0;
      /**
       * same as @ref band(num)
       **/
      VBand operator [] (int num);

private:
      virtual int level(int index) const=0;
      virtual void setLevel(int index, int level)=0;
};


class VInterpolation;
class VEqualizer;

/**
 * Represents a single band in a vequalizer
 * @author Charles Samuels
 **/
00076 class VBand
{
      friend class VInterpolation;
      friend class VEqualizer;

      struct Private;
      VBand::Private *d;

private:
      VBand(VBandsInterface *bands, int index, int start, int end);

public:
      ~VBand();

      VBand(const VBand &copy);
      VBand & operator =(const VBand &copy);

      /**
      * the intensity of the change.
      * it's logarithmic.  0 is no change
      * negative numbers are loss in intensity
      * positive numbers are a gain
      * And +-100 is the most you'd need to go
      **/
      int level() const;
      void setLevel(int l);

      int start() const;
      int end() const;

      /**
      * the middle between start and end
      **/
      int center() const;

      QString formatStart(bool withHz=true) const;
      QString formatEnd(bool withHz=true) const;
      /**
      * return the format for center()
      **/
      QString format(bool withHz=true) const;
};


/**
* this class is an interpolated representation
* to the Eq data.
* This means that no matter how many bands
* the real equalizer has, your interpolated
* version appears like it has only as many
* bands as you asked for.  You can continue
* to interact with all interpolations and
* the true equalizer as normal.  They even
* modify eachother according to a Spline
* interpolation.
*
* @short interpolated representation of Eq data
* @author Charles Samuels
**/
00135 class VInterpolation : public QObject, public VBandsInterface
{
      Q_OBJECT
      struct Private;
      Private *d;
      friend class VBand;

public:
      /**
      * create an interpolation with the one and only
      * Noatun equalizer, and @p bands
      **/
      VInterpolation(int bands);
      virtual ~VInterpolation();

      virtual int bands() const;
      virtual VBand band(int num);
      virtual int level(int index) const;
      virtual void setLevel(int index, int level);

signals:
      void changed();

private:
      void refresh();
      void getFrequencies(int num, int *high, int *low) const;
      /**
       * where on the spline is my own interpolation's bandNum
       * @returns an x value on the spline
       **/
      double onSpline(int bandNum) const;
};

class VPreset;

/**
 * @short Noatun EQ
 * @author Charles Samuels
 **/
00174 class VEqualizer : public QObject, public VBandsInterface
{
      Q_OBJECT
      friend class VBand;
      friend class VPreset;
      friend class Engine;
      friend class NoatunApp;
      friend class VInterpolation;

      struct Private;
      Private *d;

      VEqualizer();
      ~VEqualizer();
      void init();

public:

      /**
       * @return the frequencies to use with @p num many
       * bands.  This is a list of the upper frequency
       * of each band, for example: { 40, 60, 100 } if
       * you hear up to 40hz
       **/
      static QValueList<int> frequencies(int num);

      /**
       * @return number of bands I have, which may be different
       * than what setBands was called with
       * @sa setBands
       **/
      int bands() const;

      /**
       * @return first frequency I operate on, currently 20
       *
       * does not apply to an interpolation
       **/
      static int start();
      /**
       * @return last frequency I operate on, currently 20000
       */
      static int end();

      /**
       * @return maximum amount of bands I may have
       **/
      int maxBands() const;

      /**
       * the minimum number of bands I may have (2)
       **/
      int minBands() const;

      VBand band(int num);

      bool isEnabled() const;

      /**
       * returns the level of preamp (-100 to 100 normally)
       **/
      int preamp() const;

public: // serialization
      /**
       * save the current levels
       * all noatun equalizer files have the "*.noatunequalizer"
       * pattern.  Nevertheless, the file can be identified
       * by magic, so it's not required
       **/
      bool save(const KURL &file, const QString &friendly) const;

      /**
       * restore the EQ settings from this file
       **/
      bool load(const KURL &file);

      /**
       * convert the current EQ settings to string form,
       * suitable for storage, the given string is the title
       *
       * @see fromString
       **/
      QString toString(const QString &name="stored") const;

      /**
       * undo a toString, restoring the EQ
       * to the settings in the given string,
       * emitting the changed signals
       **/
      bool fromString(const QString &str);

public: // presets
      /**
       * create a preset with such a name
       * and remember that it'l return an invalied Preset
       * if the name already exists
       *
       * If smart is true, append a number to the end
       * of the name, if one already exists by the given
       **/
      VPreset createPreset(const QString &name, bool smart=true);

      /**
       * return all the presets
       * remember to setAutoDelete on this
       **/
      QValueList<VPreset> presets() const;

      /**
       * @returns the preset with the given name
       * or an invalid Preset if none exists
       **/
      VPreset presetByName(const QString &name);

      /**
       * @returns the preset in the given file
       * or an invalid Preset if none exists
       **/
      VPreset presetByFile(const QString &file);

      /**
       * @returns whether a preset with the
       * given name exists
       **/
      bool presetExists(const QString &name) const;

signals:
      /**
       * emitted when the number of bands has changed (and hence
       * all my associated Bands are useless
       **/
      void changedBands();

      /**
       * emitted when something changes.  Preamplication, band level,
       * number of bands, enabled/disabled
       **/
      void changed();
      /**
       * emitted when the value of one or more of the bands
       * has changed, but not immediately after
       * a changedBands
       **/
      void modified();

      void preampChanged();
      void preampChanged(int);

      void enabled();
      void disabled();

      void enabled(bool e);

      /**
       * emitted when a preset is created
       **/
      void created(VPreset preset);

      /**
       * emitted when the given @p preset is
       * selected
       **/
      void selected(VPreset preset);

      /**
       * when @p preset has been renamed
       **/
      void renamed(VPreset preset);

      /**
       * the given @p preset has been removed
       **/
      void removed(VPreset preset);
public slots:
      /**
       * set the preamplification
       * it's logarithmic.  0 is no change
       * negative numbers are loss in intensity
       * positive numbers are a gain
       * And +-100 is the most you'd need to go
       **/
      void setPreamp(int p);
      /**
       * turn on EQ
       */
      void enable();
      /**
       * turn off EQ
       */
      void disable();
      /**
       * turn on/off EQ depending on @p e
       */
      void setEnabled(bool e);
      void setBands(int bands);
      void setBands(int bands, bool interpolate);

private:
      virtual int level(int index) const;
      virtual void setLevel(int index, int level);
      void setLevels(const QValueList<int> &levels);

private:
      /**
       * tell the filter to start using the new settings
       * if @p full is false, it doesn't take the full
       * update, but just the values (not the number of
       * bands
       **/
      void update(bool full=false);
};

/**
 * a preset stores the state of the equalizer
 *
 * VEqualizer provides a way to get a list of these
 * or access them by name
 *
 * this acts as a reference to the preset, so
 * it might be invalid in which case
 * isValid() is false, isNull() is true, and
 * operator bool() return false
 **/
00398 class VPreset
{
      friend class VEqualizer;

      struct Private;
      Private *d;

      void *_bc;
      VPreset(const QString &file);
public:
      VPreset();
      VPreset(const VPreset &copy);
      VPreset & operator=(const VPreset &copy);
      ~VPreset();
      bool operator ==(const VPreset &other) const;

      /**
       * @returns the name of the preset, which is user visible
       **/
      QString name() const;
      /**
       * set the user-presentable name of the preset
       *
       * Equalizer will emit renamed
       *
       * @returns success.  If another preset is named
       * this, it'l fail.
       **/
      bool setName(const QString &name);

      /**
       * @returns the file that this preset is in
       **/
      QString file() const;

      bool isValid() const;
      bool isNull() const { return !isValid(); }
      operator bool() const { return isValid(); }

      /**
       * save the state of the equalizer into this preset
       **/
      void save();

      /**
       * load the preset into the equalizer
       **/
      void load() const;

      /**
       * obliterate this preset!
       **/
      void remove();
};



#endif


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