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       jconv  -  is  a  Convolution  Engine for JACK using FFT-based partitioned convolution with
       multiple partition sizes.


       jconv [options][config-file][connect-file]


       This manual page documents briefly the jconv program.

       jconv is a Convolution Engine for JACK, based on FFT  convolution  using  the  convolution
       engine  for  reverberation  processing.  This  distributes the calculation over up to five
       threads, one for each partition size, running at priorities just  below  the  the  one  of
       JACK's processing thread.

       To  run  this program you need config file and wav file for convolution. Demo config files
       you can find in /usr/share/jack-jconv/config-files directory.
       (You have to edit path to your convolution wav file)
       Set   of   wav   files   you   can   download   from   Fons   Adriaensen's    web    pages  (jconv-reverbs.tar.bz2) or you
       can use another convolution files which are supported by libsndfile.

       Some other info can be found in README and README.COFNFIG  files  in  /usr/share/doc/jack-


       A summary of options is included below.

       -h     Display short help

       -v     Print partition list to stdout [off]

       -L <nframes>
              Try to compensate <nframes> latency

       -M     Use the FFTW_MEASURE option [off]

       -N <name>
              Name to use as JACK client [jconv]




       jconv was written by Fons Adriaensen <>.

       This   manual   page   was  written  by  Debian  Multimedia  Maintainers  <pkg-multimedia->, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                          March 23, 2009                                 JCONV(1)