FW Editor: What do you plan to create in the future?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: I am now planning to develop more sophisticated iir reverbs.
There are many good reverbs in the DAW world, which are all closed source.
In addition, I want to develop tools to create Impulses of the environment.
FW Editor: What was your inspiration behind developing Freeverb3?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: There were no open sourced fft convolution engine when I had been using
Unix media player like xmms, bmp and audacious. I had wanted to
add the hall reverb convolution effect in the players.
FW Editor: How long did you have to research for developing this software?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: It took more than 2 years.
FW Editor: Do you plan to optimize the current version of Freeverb3?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: Yes. Now I am thinking about the support for the new intel SIMD instructions (AVX).
FW Editor: What is the most important feature that can be found in Freeverb3? Which is your favorite feature?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: The multithreaded fast convolution algorithm is one of the important
FW Editor: Is there anything you would like to change in Freeverb3? There are some extra features that you would like to have? Is there anything that is not working as intended and you are planning to remove it?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: I would like to improve GUI of the Freeverb3_vst.
FW Editor: What are the advantages of using Freeverb3?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: You can use the fast convolution engine on any OS environments.
FW Editor: Now, to end our small interview, is there any message you would like to send to Freeverb3 users?
Teru KAMOGASHIRA: Thank you for using the Freeverb3.
Please do not hesitate to report any bugs and advices.
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