2011/1/26 Jörn Nettingsmeier :
I'm not sure about the mentioned approach, since I'm not familiar with
the jconvolver source, only zita-convolver (and only from a user
p.o.v; haven't modified it). So I don't know that this multi-threaded
approach you mention is something jconvolver actually does, or is it
just the usual workings of zita-convolver (which I use in a really
I will look at the jconvolver source to educate myself about said
approach when I have a bit of free time.
> if so, how does IR behave in freewheeling mode?
As usual: it works for me 10 out of 10 times (at least for what I do
and how I work), but YMMV. I must admit that I don't use freewheeling
that much, but some test passes with various projects (some simple and
some big) on two machines, one older single processor and one fairly
recent quad core (both 64 bit), indicated no problems. Of course this
means nothing at all in this case.
That would be definitely nice but currently missing. I would say that
if there is a problem with jconvolver, IR most probably also has this
I tend to listen to what I commit, though, so I bounce in realtime.
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