[linux-audio-user] repost: curious about jamin feedback

Arnold Krille arnold at roederberg.dyndns.org
Tue Mar 29 08:20:14 EST 2005

On Tuesday 29 March 2005 02:12, Jan Depner wrote:
> On Mon, 2005-03-28 at 16:54, Arnold Krille wrote:
> > On Tuesday 29 March 2005 00:41, Jan Depner wrote:
> > > The only
> > > thing I'd like to add to JAMin right now is a variable (0-3ms low,
> > > 0-2ms mid) delay on the low and mid bands.  Hear that Steve - nudge,
> > > nudge, wink, wink, hint, hint...
> > What musical advantage do you get if some bands are delayed? What effects
> > do you get with that? Where is this needed/wanted?
>     Read a description of what the BBE sonic maximizer does or read the
> docs on any decent crossover.  There are good reasons to delay the lows
> and mids and it does make a difference.  You may not want to use it all
> the time but it is handy in many situations.  It has nothing to do with
> acoustic delays based on speaker location.

Thanks, just read some google-results (BBE-homepage and more) and tried to do 
some tests with galan...

It seems handy sometimes, altough my tests with galan where more or less 
catastrophal. Thats why I think someone with knowledge should/could implement 
it into Jamin.

Another idea which came to my mind is kind of a speaker-managament system, 
which seems to not exist under linux. Maybe adding hi/mid/lo-outputs to Jamin 
would help filling this gap...

Arnold, who has learned something today...

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