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raweber
10-24-2007, 08:26 PM
I'm fascinated by Linux, and the possibility of squeezing more performance out of my computer. A questions that's way beyond where I am now, but I'm curious none the less - is there a convolution reverb that will work under any of the linux builds?

Tony Monaghan
10-25-2007, 02:32 AM
I'm fascinated by Linux, and the possibility of squeezing more performance out of my computer. A questions that's way beyond where I am now, but I'm curious none the less - is there a convolution reverb that will work under any of the linux builds?

I haven't used it but you could try this - Freeverb3

http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=1918

marce
10-26-2007, 05:28 AM
I haven't used it but you could try this - Freeverb3

http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=1918

I tryed it windows version, and it works.

halvor
10-30-2007, 03:26 AM
Iíve used both Freeverb and Gverb in Ardour a couple of times in the past and how to say that Iíve never liked the result. Iím usually dealing with classical music and the reverbs almost always sound too unnatural. I always get that metallic tin-box sound.

The reverb Iím most satisfied with is the reverb that comes with Ecasound. It sounds quite natural and smooth, but one problem I never could fix here was a slight echo-effect. The Ecasound reverb is also available through the gui of ĒEcamegapedalĒ here as ďadvanced reverbĒ .

I donít think thereís some real ir-convolution for Linux yet, but I certainly hope there will be in the future.

As for pure vst-effects in linux, Iím still out of luck with dssi-vst and can only get vst-instruments to work. Personally I import recorded sound from Ardour to programs in WinXP and then add some reverb.

d.e.cox
11-25-2007, 07:21 PM
There is a convolution program for use with jack, called jconv, at
http://www.kokkinizita.net/linuxaudio/
with a design that is geared toward real-time use.

I just tried it out and it works... but the leading zero in its version number is well deserved. No documentation, no front-end, etc...