JAMin is the JACK Audio Connection Kit (JACK) Audio Mastering interface.
JAMin is an open source application designed to perform professional audio mastering of stereo input streams. It uses LADSPA for digital signal processing (DSP).
JAMin runs under the JACK Audio Connection Kit, a low-latency audio server, which can connect a number of different applications to an audio device, and also allow them to share audio among themselves. JACK is different from other audio servers in being designed from the ground up for professional audio work. It focuses on two key areas: synchronous execution of all clients, and low latency operation.
- Linear filters.
- JACK I/O.
- 30 band graphic EQ.
- 1023 band hand drawn EQ with parametric controls.
- Spectrum analyser.
- 3 band peak compressor.
- Lookahead brickwall limiter.
- Multiband stereo processing.
- Presets and scenes.
- Loudness maximiser.
Support: Signal paths
Developer: Steve Harris and contributors
License: GNU GPL
JAMin is written in C. Learn C with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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