On Nov 13, 10:16�am, "foxcob" <jacob.the...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I have done real-time audio equalization using fast-convolution
> (overlap-add) where the frequency domain values were specified by the end
> user through a graphical interface. �If the phase response did not need to
> be specified, could a MDCT give better frequency resolution for around the
> same number of computations? �Would this work or am I completely off here.
>
> Thanks,
> Jacob

To clarify, I mean a MDCT, multiply by frequency response, iMDCT

Reply by foxcob●November 13, 20082008-11-13

I have done real-time audio equalization using fast-convolution
(overlap-add) where the frequency domain values were specified by the end
user through a graphical interface. If the phase response did not need to
be specified, could a MDCT give better frequency resolution for around the
same number of computations? Would this work or am I completely off here.
Thanks,
Jacob