[linux-audio-user] Multi-Band compression

timg at expressmart.com timg at expressmart.com
Tue Feb 8 11:22:00 EST 2005

  I see the ladspa "standard" does not deal with graphical interfaces like
the ones needed to display spectral analysis...
(kind of good to keep it standard and clean right?)
and yep the eq's out there seem to be pretty good ;)
(thanks to you guys)
  But it would be nice to .. expand the ladspa api (or whatever it's
called) to include more extensive functionality
(even eye candy to Nab osX and Winblows users)
And again thanks...

> On Tue, Feb 08, 2005 at 09:08:18 -0500, Timothy Alan Gorman wrote:
>> >It wont be JAMin, it will be much simpler. Controlling JAMin as a
>> plugin
>> >would be too hard, and the CPU use would be terrible.
>> >
>> Will it do multiband as well as eq ?
> No EQ, that can be done by other pluigns in a chain.
>> will it do spectral analysis ?
> Not unless more hosts support some sort of LADSPA UI mechanism.
> - Steve

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