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Bug#926296: RFP: pulseeffects -- DSP effects for Pulseaudio applications




Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: Nicholas D Steeves <nsteeves@xxxxxxxxx>

Package name    : pulseeffects
Version         : 4.5.8
Upstream Author : Vladimir Sadovnikov <sadko4u@xxxxxxxxx>
                    * Primary copyright holder
                  Wellington Wallace <wellingtonwallace@xxxxxxxxx>
                    * Upstream contact
URL             : https://github.com/wwmm/pulseeffects
License         : GPL-3
Programming Lang: C++
Description     : DSP effects for Pulseaudio applications

This package provides DSP effects for Pulseaudio applications.
.
Output Plugins:
  Limiter, Auto Gain, Expander, Compressor, Multiband Compressor,
  Equalizer, Bass, Enhancer, Exciter, Crystalizer, Reverberation,
  Crossfeed (for a more natural sounding headphone experience), Filter
  (Lowpass, Highpass, Bandpass and Bandreject modes), Stereo Tools,
  Loudness Maximizer, Pitch, Gate, Multiband Gate, Deesser, Convolver.
.
Input Plugins:
  Gate, Multiband Gate, WebRTC, Limiter, Compressor, Multiband
  Compressor, Equalizer, Reverberation, Pitch, Filter (Lowpass,
  Highpass, Bandpass and Bandreject modes), Deesser.

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I'm primarily interested in the crossfeed and equaliser plugins, and
additionally I believe that this package would make a really nice
addition to the future buster-backports suite.  'wish I had discovered
it earlier so that it could have been included in buster...

Mikhail, I noticed you maintain a Debian packaging directory in the
upstream repo.  Are you involved in Debian, and if so then is there
any reason why PulseEffects hasn't been uploaded to the official
archives?  Are you interested in comaintaining the package within
Debian?

I've filed this as an RFP because I don't anticipate having time to
work on it for the next few weeks.  Keeping this package working with
all of its dependencies looks like it could be a lot of work, so it
would be best to comaintain it.  Failing that it seems like this
package should be maintained on either the PulseAudio maintenance
team, or the Debian Multimedia team.

Please take care to CC this bug for any replies.

Regards,
Nicholas

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