[linux-audio-user] Audio 3-D Demo --- Any Interest in Software?
eviltwin69 at cableone.net
Sun Jan 4 11:12:04 EST 2004
I think it's an interesting effect but I doubt if we could implement it
in JAMin anyway. I have a feeling that it takes a huge amount of
processing power ;-) Did you get a chance to listen to it? It seems to
me that it is similar, in some respects, to the stereo widening that
Steve put in.
On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 09:51, R Parker wrote:
> --- Joern Nettingsmeier
> <nettings at folkwang-hochschule.de> wrote:
> > davidrclark at earthlink.net wrote:
> > > Greetings Linux Audio Users.
> > >
> > it might also be interesting for the jamin
> > developers to take a look at
> > this.
> WARNING: I am going to over react to Joern's
> reasonable suggestion because JAMin has recently
> included another feature that I strongly argued
> against. So, please have patience with me. I don't
> have a life and I'm a loser. :)
> JAMin is a very good tool. For the most part, it is
> not the result of an experiment. It is a well thought
> out design of typical and expected tools for the
> specific task of mastering stereo audio files. It is a
> very clean, easy to use and unbloated application that
> is being used in real world installations. This makes
> it very different from something like ecamegapedal or
> any other effect where experimentation is the rule for
> producing awesome and unexpected results.
> In its currernt feature set, there are only two things
> that distinguish JAMin from the typical set of
> mastering tools. They are Jan's parametric style EQ
> controls in a graphic interface and the inherited
> features of JACK--multitrack sources, transport
> awareness, etc.
> Because JAMin is typical, it can be counted on to
> perform its intended task. This accountability is very
> 3-D Audio might be the greatest thing since vacume
> tubes but that can be determined by creating a 3-D
> Audio JACK client or LADSPA plugins. I'd love to see
> that happen.
> Incidentally, room accoustics is one of the topics
> within my set of obsessions. Of course it'd be hard to
> call myself an audio engineer if I wasn't obsessed
> with it.
> Again, I'm sorry to fire off this big flashing yellow
> lite message but I hope that my perspective on JAMin
> is interesting. And maybe it's everyone's lucky day
> because I don't have time to write a large meandering
> letter. I've got to go hang about 320 square feet of
> sound modules that my partner and I built and designed
> for two flat EQ response rooms with .3 and .1
> reverberation times.
> > best,
> > jörn
> > (btw, the linux-audio-developers list is also a very
> > appropriate forum
> > for this. if you do get around to package your
> > software, please announce
> > it there as well, so that technical discussions can
> > take place on the
> > dev list.)
> > --
> > In this house, we obey the laws of thermodynamics!
> > - Homer Simpson
> > Jörn Nettingsmeier
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> > Developers)
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