On Mon, Jan 17, 2011 at 12:10:20AM +0000, allcoms wrote:
> You can't carry on slagging off Jamin like this. Yes, you are renowned as
I'm not 'slagging off' anyone. All it takes to correct this bug is to
change one '+' into a '-'. Something like changing
out = low + mid + high;
out = low - mid + high;
This is an error that any DSP student is allowed to make once, during
his first exercise on xover filters. It's not one that should remain
undetected for six years or so. Not if you test your code, or just
listen to its output. Not if you claim to be 'experts' as the only
response to legitimate criticism.
> Please, either fork and fix Jamin, write a kick-ass alternative that works
I'm not really motivated to provide an alternative for the simple
reason that I don't really like music recordings to be processed
the way Jamin or most mastering tools do it.
OTOH I had the same opinion on voice auto-retuning, but that didn't
stop me writing the only usable open source retuner. The difference
is that zita-at1 was an interesting exercise, while providing an
alternative to Jamin isn't.
There are three of them, and Alleline.
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