Hi everybody,

I’m quite new to the forum, in fact, this is my first post here. Nevertheless, I already follow the posts already quite some time, and I’ve used the great JUCE framework for some of my hobby projects.

One of them is KlangFalter, which is a free (GPL) audio convolution plugin, which I wrote because I couldn’t find any free Audio Unit convolution plugin, and because I was curious about writing any audio plugin:

https://github.com/HiFi-LoFi/KlangFalter

It’s not perfect, but at least it works for me already in Ableton Live.

Furthermore, you can find the following two “sub-parts” of the plugin on Github.

[list]https://github.com/HiFi-LoFi/AudioFFT[/list]

A simple 2-file (.h+.cpp) 1D FFT implementation in C++ using either Ooura FFT or the FFT routines of the Apple Accelerate framework (MIT licensed). I wrote it, because I was looking for a very fast FFT library in C++ without any further dependencies and which does not consist of many files.

[list]https://github.com/HiFi-LoFi/FFTConvolver[/list]

The FFT convolution algorithm used in KlangFalter (GPL licensed). Again, no further dependencies (not even JUCE).

Maybe parts of this stuff is somehow useful for people.

Regards from Munich,

Uli