[PlanetCCRMA] Jamin (Off-topic?)

Hector Centeno hcengar at gmail.com
Mon Apr 28 15:50:52 PDT 2008

Hi David,

Maybe you should try posting this in the Linux Audio list and email
the developers about your wish of supporting development. I remember a
few months ago I downloaded a CVS (or SVN) checkout of Jamin and it
had some new features (like being able to choose between different
limiter algorithms) but it seems it didn't make it to a stable new
release. Since the new LV2 specification supports graphic GUIs I wish
there was plugin versions of the graphic EQ and the compressors.



On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 3:11 PM, David Nielson <naptastic at comcast.net> wrote:
> I notice that there hasn't been a new release of Jamin in 3 years. In
>  that time, computers have gotten lots faster. Is anything happening with
>  Jamin development?
>  I use Jamin for most every project I do, and it's wonderful, but there
>  are some features that I would love to have, and would make sense to
>  include now that computers are faster. For example:
>  - FFT updates > 10 per second (this should be obvious :-)
>  - Select number of channels per-instance (for example, have an instance
>  of Jamin process just one channel, to maximize the loudness of a vocal
>  track before mixing, or master a 5-channel surround mix in parallel)
>  - More frequency bands (vocal processing really calls for 5+ bands of
>  independent compression)
>  - Each frequency band could have its own output, and Jamin could be used
>  as a live sound crossover
>  I'm not a coder (*sniff*) but I'd be willing to contribute money to the
>  advancement of this already-wonderful tool.
>  What do y'all think?
>  David
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