[LAU] Reverb status?

Florian Schmidt mista.tapas at gmx.net
Wed Aug 1 10:25:49 EDT 2007

On Wednesday 01 August 2007, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 01, 2007 at 03:25:54PM +0200, Florian Schmidt wrote:
> > You can also try my jack_convolve [or its brother dssi_convolve] or Fons
> > Adraesen [sp?] alikiki [sp?] if you care for convolution reverb and have
> > access to good sounding impulse responses.
> The Greek names of my website <http://www.kokkinizita.net/linuxaudio>
> and some of my apps seem to generate some confusion.

Heh, i have to admit i was just too lazy to check out the real names myself 
and hoped someone would jump in and correct me. The names are fine. Maybe not 
totally awesomely memorable, but that's ok i guess ;)


> Aliki ('Alice' in Greek) is the application for measuring impulse
> responses, not a reverb program.

> The convolution engine is Jconv (mixed partition sizes, zero delay).
> An older version is Jace (uniform partittion size, more CPU for zero
> delay). Both are command line JACK apps and use the same config files.
> In preparation: Aella, convolution engine with GUI and optimised
> for reverb use. Features:
> - Multi-channel, multi-input reverb, each input a has a separate
>   set of early reflections with a shared reverb tail.
> - Editing of reverb profile in three frequency bands, allows to
>   completely modify the character of a captured real reverb.
> Also available: Stereo Reverb LADSPA plugin, and (not released, but
> just drop me a line) the Ambisionic reverb used in Aeolus as a JACK
> client.

Palimm Palimm!

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