On 11.11.2012 13:46, Fons Adriaensen wrote:
I don't know either. -mtune=generic -msse should produce legal code
for your processor...
>> Maybe Fons knows something as it's in the Zita-Code?
Pretty sure the problem is that sse math crashes. It's just a
that zita reverb was the first code to use sse math. Radium would crash
later for you anyway, even if zita reverb wasn't used.
Using the Faust version made it possible to port the zita reverb in
few minutes, since I have a faust architecture file for Radium. In
I don't need the equalizer controls and the dry/wet controls (since
things are available on all sound objects in Radium), and removing
that code from your version (C++) is more work than removing the same
code from Faust code.
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