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       zita-rev1 - pro-audio reverb effect


       zita-rev1 [options]


       REV1  is  a  reworked  version  of  the reverb originally developed for
       Aeolus.  Its character is more 'hall' than 'plate', but it can be  used
       on  a  wide variety of instruments or voices. It is not a spatialiser -
       the early reflections are different for the L and R inputs, but do  not
       correspond  to  any  real  room. They have been tuned to match left and
       right sources to some extent.

       In Stereo mode a dry/wet mix control is provided, so  it  can  be  used
       either  as  an insert or in send/return mode. For mono just connect one
       of the two channels.

       In Ambisonic mode (selected by the -B command  line  option)  the  only
       option is the send/return mode.


       -B     Ambisonic mode

       -name name
              Jack client name

       -s server
              Jack server name

       -g geometry
              Window position

       -h     Display this text


       A          quick          guide         is         available         at


       zita-rev1 was written by Fons Adriaensen <>.

       This  manual  page  was written by Alessio Treglia <>
       for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                   May 2011                       ZITA-REV1(1)

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