[LAD] [Ann] Folve: Fuse file system that convolves flac files on-the-fly

Henner Zeller h.zeller at acm.org
Sun Sep 23 17:17:10 UTC 2012

The latest version now contains a simple highpass- and lowpass-filter
to test out the configuration. And a description how to get the Santa
Lucia Basilica reverb example from the jconvolver demo distribution.

Also several new features such as switchable filter configurations at
runtime via the HTTP status server or gapless support.



On 16 September 2012 00:46, Henner Zeller <h.zeller at acm.org> wrote:
> Hi,
> Over the week or so, I've build some fuse filesystem filters flac files
> on-the-fly
> using the zita convolver. This makes it real easy to play
> around with files and filters. In particular with systems that otherwise
> don't support stream convolving, but just can read files.
> This is in its early stages, but should be already pretty usable. To see
> what is going on, it
> includes a little webserver that gives a status page of what files are
> currently being accessed.
> (from the README:)
> This fuse filesystem takes an original path to a directory with flac-files
> and provides these files at the mount point. Accessing audio files will
> automatically convolve these on-the-fly using the zita convolver by
> Fons Adriaensen. You can directly use filter configuration files that you
> have
> for jconvolver/fconvolver.
> https://github.com/hzeller/folve
> So if this is something  you're interested in, check it out, provide
> feedback patches :)
> -henner

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