[LAU] Subject: Albums under a label recorded and/or mixed with Linux

Dragan Noveski perodog at gmx.net
Tue Sep 28 14:48:09 UTC 2010

On 28.09.2010 16:11, Arnold Krille wrote:
> On Tuesday 28 September 2010 14:51:09 Patrick Shirkey wrote:
>> On Tue, September 28, 2010 5:14 am, Arnold Krille wrote:
>>> On Tuesday 28 September 2010 13:15:57 Patrick Shirkey wrote:
>>>> Just for the sake of clarity, now the problem is that jamin doesn't have
>>>> a
>>>> real parametric eq?
>>>> Or is the main issue that it uses more resources than necessary and can
>>>> be
>>>> optimised?
>>> My issue is that it has an awfully bloated filter (which is suboptimal
>>> according to fons) taking up a lot of cpu-power, while for me it could
>>> perfectly to with a parametric eq (either three bands + shelve or four
>>> bands).
>> Ok, Thanks for the clarification.  I am pretty sure you know already that
>> there are two eq modes in jamin? 30 band multi and 3 band parametric with
>> shelves. However there is not 4 band. It wouldn't be that hard to add
>> though if you are serious about it as the three band code is a good place
>> to start.
> If I understood Fons and yourself correctly, the "parametric eq" is just
> another way of modifying the response of the big filter.
> My idea is _not_ to *add* a three-band parametric, but to *replace* the
> convolution-based eq with one of the very fine ladspa plugins of parametric eq.
1+ for kokkinizita's 4-band-parametric!

> This should lower cpu-usage quite a lot. And if your audio signal needs a 31-
> band or a free-hand-drawn equalizer, you are better off with fixing the mix or
> using freqtweak, I think.
> Have fun,
> Arnold
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