[linux-audio-user] Freeverb (packaged with CMT) and Ardour beta17.1 UPDATE!
hanaghan at starband.net
Wed Jul 7 17:59:22 EDT 2004
On Wed, 2004-07-07 at 13:59, Mike Rawes wrote:
> On Wed, 07 Jul 2004 13:15:59 -0700
> Russell Hanaghan <hanaghan at starband.net> wrote:
> > On Wed, 2004-07-07 at 09:28, Russell Hanaghan wrote:
> > > I have used Freeverb a lot in previous implementations of the CMT
> > > LADSPA package and the last version of Ardour I was using was beta
> > > 11.1 I think.
> > >
> > > I am using Arodur beta 17.1 now and all other LADSAP plugs,
> > > including those in the CMT package, seem to be working fine but the
> > > response of Freeverb has changed...the reverb time is now very short
> > > and won't seem to adjust beyond a shortish plate type reverb. Before
> > > you could get super monsterous reverb tails if wanted.
> > >
> > > Has anything changed in the Freeverb module? Is there something new
> > > in the Ardour package that might be causing this? I notice some new
> > > panning thingys and such.
> > >
> > >
> > > ANY help would be much appreciated. I tried every other reverb out
> > > there...Tom's (TAP-Plugs) comes close but Freeverb is the smoothest
> > > most realistic I have heard for my needs.
> > Just tried this in AMS 1.8.3...Freeverb is not working in AMS either
> > so I wan't to exclude Ardour as being any part of the problem here.
> > I tried TAP reverb in AMS and it works fine.
> > So what might have change in the CMT version of Freeverb? I
> > origianlly had CMT 1.15-2mdk.rpm installed. These are Mandrake
> > rpm's...I also downloaded CMT 1.15-3.mdk.rpm and installed and it is
> > the same thing. Any one know anything about the specifics of the CMT
> > package of LADSPA plugs that may be relevant?
> The float denormal macro defined in Freeverb/Components/denormals.h
> doesn't come out too well with recent gcc - I replaced it with this
> (which turned up on this list during a discussion about denormal
> static inline float
> undenormalise(volatile float s)
> s += 9.8607615E-32f;
> return s - 9.8607615E-32f;
> It should be fine after that.
Great! So ....Where the heck do I find this on my Mandrake 10.0 system?
Is it something I can edit in a file on my system with the present CMT
LADSPA install or is it more complex than that?
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