Ok thanks, Johannes
Still reading up on it. IIR filters would be needed for the longer relections? And FIR for the early reflections? But for amp modeling, maybe it could be used There was just a few things in the link above that caught my eye and made me want to study it a bit further, just as a new approach to do things and reach new areas
Also a piece of the manual for the Axe Fx from Fractal Audio also mentions something about FIR filters being a big part of amp modeling. On FIR and IIR and amp modeling, Page 4, "simulation basics":
"FIR filters are complex filters suitable for a wide range of filtering tasks and most products use FIR filters (commonly called IRs) for their speaker simulations, sometimes in conjunction with IIR filters. "
I am focusing on the "sometimes": sometimes means it is possible to make amp modeling with FIR alone and will persue that idea But no idea how complicated we can go or how complicated it would be... BUT there are loads of impulse responses, copyright free that we could use without getting in trouble Maybe loading impulse respons in a table combined with the FIR filters in some way... Even more options for creativity in Axoloti
EDIT: ahh yeah I see maybe Impulse Responses are patentet and therefor that technique can only be used if you pay for it?
My attention turned to these filters, also the allpass, cause I wanted to create an EQ.. I got a 1 band eq with cut/boost function working using allpass filter, invertes and bandpass filters and thought I wanted to explore the FIR filter too. I think they can be used for all kinds of things that I am interested in. Like creating all kind of effects from scratch.
But now I am out. Second Axoloti boards output just died too Have no idea how to fix either of them.
But will have to rest on it and see what I can come up with tommorow..