[music-dsp] fx architecture: Interleaved or flat samples..
didid at skynet.be
Wed Oct 20 05:23:00 EDT 2010
> On 10/20/2010 8:23 AM, Didier Dambrin wrote:
>> I'd agree, I stopped thinking that having grown a DSP library working
>> on interleaved data was a bad idea (having to code things twice, poor
>> expandability) when SSE came in. Big benefits for filtering,
>> resampling, etc.
> That's true if you code SSE by hand.
> All stuff like IPP or vDSP works better on non interleaved data.
A lot of the "complex" versions (but not all) in IPP work on interleaved
data. But yes, sadly it wasn't designed for this.
> Having tried both. interleaved data in older version of our audio engine
> and now non interleaved, I can tell you that it's way easier with non
> Moreover it allow you to have different path for different channel easily.
> Olivier Tristan
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