I think salsaman can answer some things, but I do not believe he follows
the GitHub activity. Please answer on GitHub if you want to respond as I do
not want to become the relay. :)
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From: Akito Iwakura <notifications@???>
Date: Wed, Aug 30, 2017 at 9:48 AM
Subject: [dyne/frei0r] Naming and Demo Video of Frei0r (#17)
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Not an issue, but I didn't find any other way to ask questions that make me
curious about this library. Frei0r's website, name and demo video even
motivated me to commit two filters (see #7
> and #9
>). Frei0r is a very impressive
project! So I have some questions about it and I hope to get the answers.
What does *Frei0r* mean? Googling around didn't give me the answer, only
small Wiktionary page that says that 'freior' means 'scare' in Occitan
language. Who invented the name, what's behind it? Very interesting for me!
Additional attention is paid by me to the Frei0r's logo that posted on
frei0r.dyne.org. What font is used to make it? And the line striked through
zero, it's inverted! Any meaning or just a quick stub?
This video made me to love Frei0r forever. Its' strangeness, weirdness, the
sample that is used to test Frei0r's filters — combination of these factors
made this video best of demonstration clips ever. When I've watching it,
music came to my head automatically. I've tried to add it and it fits
So, is there any version (maybe HD, or remastered, or in higher
resolution)? How did you make it? Programmatically or using software that
I want to thank everybody who contributed and supports Frei0r, the most
impressive project for me.
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