On Sun, September 26, 2010 4:12 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
So, given that the idea was to produce a commercial music friendly
mastering sound using either a 30 band or parametric eq feed into a
multiband compressor and the decision was made to use fft for the eq
filter instead of convolution it seems to me that jamin *is* designed to
make sure that the sound has as few artifacts as possible for the signal
Most people have the spare resources to handle the load required. It's
also a traditional technique for mastering stereo tracks that people from
traditional studio environments can easily understand and the interface is
designed to enable that workflow.
I'm not sure why jamin should be considered defective or a kludge.
Can you give me a little more idea why you feel using FFT in this method
is more likely to return atrifacts than the equivalent convolution? Is it
simply because there is more data being crunched to get to the end result?
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