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MACGNU 30th January 2019 01:04 AM

Nice!
 
Looks Good! I like the table, too - clean lines.

iperv 1st February 2019 11:12 AM

Excellent job here!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfive (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/pc-based/330273-pulseaudio-crossover-rack-multi-crossover-design-implementation-linux-post5614591.html#post5614591)
Somebody already asked this question via PM. What exactly do you need for this? It would probably be relatively easy to add a FIR convolver plugin where impulse responses could be configured by loading some kind of PCM impulse response file (WAV or similar). Would this be enough for your needs?

It would be gorgeus for me.
My fullranges oneway need convolution.
Do you think is it possible to implement a little convolver?
I've got dozens of wave impulse...

Thank you for your impressive work.

Tfive 2nd February 2019 02:25 PM

Hi iperv,

currently I'm working on measurement support and this is priority number one for me. The FIR stuff is on the "nice to have" list for me though I cannot give any date as to when this will be finished. Well, incentives in any way or form may be given... :D:D

DarpMalone 3rd February 2019 01:00 AM

Hi all. I'm hoping someone can help. I'm fairly new to Linux but I'm eager to try this out with an HDMI audio extractor with Raspbian.

I'm getting the following error when trying to install Pulseaudio Crossover Rack, per instructions on the T-5 page.

When entering "sudo apt-get install pulseaudio-crossover-rack" I'm getting the following error.

E: Unable to locate package pulseauidio-crossover-rack.

Any advise?

Thanks

Tfive 3rd February 2019 06:42 AM

You first have to setup my debian repository as described here:
Debian repository :: T5! DIY Audio Software & Hardware

DarpMalone 4th February 2019 04:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfive (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/pc-based/330273-pulseaudio-crossover-rack-multi-crossover-design-implementation-linux-post5685089.html#post5685089)
You first have to setup my debian repository as described here:
Debian repository :: T5! DIY Audio Software & Hardware

That did it... Thanks!

iperv 4th February 2019 05:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tfive (https://www.diyaudio.com/forums/pc-based/330273-pulseaudio-crossover-rack-multi-crossover-design-implementation-linux-post5684391.html#post5684391)
Hi iperv,

currently I'm working on measurement support and this is priority number one for me. The FIR stuff is on the "nice to have" list for me though I cannot give any date as to when this will be finished. Well, incentives in any way or form may be given... :D:D


Hi Tfive,
of course take the time you need, it would be a beautiful plus.
My incentive for you is:
good job! :D

tamtam2931 9th February 2019 03:49 PM

Hi Tfive,



I've been actively looking for an alternative of Equalizer APO on Linux for years until ran into your thread this evening.


Your work is excellent ! Thank you so much.

Tfive 10th February 2019 07:22 AM

Is anybody actually using it for a real speaker system already? I'd be interested in some usage reports...

Tromperie 11th February 2019 08:44 PM

Hello Tfive,
I use an active analog system and find your software very interesting. My concern is running three of four about five metres or through the wall in proximity to 240V cables.

I have a question; is it possible to use two separate USB sound cards (three to five channels) so they can be installed inside the speaker boxes and drive each speaker separately?


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