On 10/05/2013 06:56 PM, Robin Gareus wrote:
> Additionally it includes a Stereo Phase Correlation Meter (needle
(insert usual friendly ridicule of animated VU meters here)
but hey, it does look nice! i've always had this fondness for jellyfish
meters. and the radar-style r128 meter is a very welcome addition to the
toolbox, having this history information at a glance is very helpful
indeed. thanks for sharing this!
built without problems and seems to run very smoothly.
i believe radar meters have a bright future in different applications.
for instance, to provide limiter history. fons' zita-dpl1 has short-term
history already, which is extremely helpful. but to imagine something
that listens to transport information and provides history of a whole
song, plus "locate to peaks" from the history so that i can manually
tame parts where the limiter cut in too sharply, that would be awesome.
i'm currently trying to make sense of the libcairo version number in
opensuse tumbleweed, but i guess our lady of the segmentation fault will
let me know if there is a problem...
thanks a lot,
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