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Re: [fluid-dev] Trying another reverb ?

From: Marcus Weseloh
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Trying another reverb ?
Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2017 21:09:50 +0200


I would also be very interested in a better sounding reverb.

I've written a different reverb as well, implementing a "sympathetic string reverb" using tuned comb filters. Currently I maintain it in a custom fork, but I wanted a maintainable solution. So I started working on the LADSPA plugin system: getting it working properly and in a stable manner, documenting it and tuning the performance. The largest part of the changes is already merged in the master branch on GitHub. So adding a different reverb would be as easy as writing a LADSPA plugin, disabling the internal reverb and configuring the new one as a plugin. But I guess that won't be much use for people using FluidSynth on non-Unix platforms...

So maybe what we need is a system where we can have multiple reverb implementations in core FluidSynth and a setting that can be used to select one of the implementations.



2017-10-22 19:14 GMT+02:00 Graham Goode <address@hidden>:
Hi jjc

Yes, there would be great interest in this, particularly from the
jOrgan users group as many of use us use fluidsynth with the current
reverb engine.

Kind regards,

On 10/22/17, Ceresa Jean-Jacques <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> For another application than FluidSynth i have build a reverb (intended to
> be called freemverb) that sounds less "ringing" that freeverb.
> Like freeverb , freemverb is a "late" reverb and have a low cpu load
> (sligtly above freeverb) and low memory cost.
> Both freeverb and freemverb aren't high quality reverb, but it seems that
> freemverb gives better results (at least on my ears).
> It would be easy to build a version of freemverb for fluidsynth with the
> same Reverb' API (v 1.0.6 or above if versions above have the same Reverb
> API than v1.0.6 ?).
> Before doing that, i wish to know:
> 1) If there are any interests for FluidSynth ?.
> 2) Also it is necessary that others peoples than me care objectives tests
> (by ears) ?.
> Let me know your opinion.
> Regards
> jjc

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