[LAU] [ANN] Songs 0.4pre1 and some help on equalizer
sed at free.fr
Thu Dec 4 12:26:34 EST 2008
Quoting Julien Claassen <julien at c-lab.de>:
> I always use Fons Adriaenson's EQ, the LADSPA-plugin called filters.so
> It's a very good four-band parametric EQ. Why don't you make LADSPA
> from the reverb you use and simply implement some kind of simple LADSPA-host.
> So people could use your software directly or the plugins independently.
> would be very good for folk like me.
> I'm using ecasound to run my LADSPA-plugins.
> For reverb I depend more and more on jconv and IRs. If not, I still use
> stereo-reverb g2verb.
> Hope that tells you anything helpful.
> Kindest regards
thanks for the info. How many reverb can you process at runtime
with jconv? is it constant-time independantly of the reverb impulse
response length? and what computer do you have? I made sverb to
have a realtime reverb on my pentium 200 MHz host. I previously tried
to make an FFT-based stuff but it was not convincing, not
realtime. (Maybe I should have tried jconv or brutefir or whatever...)
Maybe I'll take a look at those parametric eq after all.
LADSPA. Well, no. That's not the way I like it, sorry. :-)
But sure, I will give a look at some effects in there, maybe
the eq I dream of is there.
Hey I completely forgot to say that songs is a little tool to record
and mix audio files (a mini-Ardour, very very mini let's say),
requiring GTK+ and talking to OSS (yes, I know, we are in ALSA
since... long, but my computer was working fine with OSS and I am
very lazy, so I was using a 2.2 kernel up to the destruction of
the computer; maybe the next computer).
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