"Stefano D'Angelo" <zanga.mail@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > And the worst thing is that I tried Pingwinek GNU/Haiku 0.1.0 and it > boots from the CD (only problems: desktop icons and unsupported > monitor frequency when the Haiku logo at boot time should be > shown)... > I think I will wait for R1. > Regarding audio interpolation, I worked out the problem > mathematically > and algorithmically (keeping an eye on Haiku audio mixer code) and > was > about to implement that solutions and send you patches, but I can't > test it. I wonder why you can't just build Haiku? If you have already Linux or BeOS MAX running, that should not really be a big problem (even x86-64 since Ingo's recent fs_shell changes should work now). > Algorithms on which I "worked on" are: linear interpolation, cubic > spline interpolation, Whittaker-Shannon interpolation (aka sinc > interpolation). > If you want, I would be happy to give you all the informations > needed. > I have also some advice on how to clean up a bit the actual > drop/repeat sample algorithm (get rid of the downsampling/upsampling > split). You can best contact Marcus Overhagen for this (marcus at overhagen dot de) as he has written the current mixer and knows the domain best. Bye, Axel.