Recently thanks to this thread
I happened across a fully featured signal processing suite for android, including an impulse convolver
Which, as you sound science guys should know, allows you to basically put in any kind of linear signal processing possible, including any kind of EQ, reverb, etc. Apparently it even processes the left and right channels independently. But no cross-channel processing, so no crossfeed or copying your Smyth Realizer PRIRs to your Android just yet
Now, a minor question I have: I made an impulse response in Audacity using Electri-Q and saved it as a 16-bit stereo wav. (Not sure whether higher bit depths are supported; if 32 bit float is supported this whole discussion would be moot) Upon re-opening the file I noticed that the waveform is slightly different from before saving. I realized that this is probably due to dithering being used.
Now, the advantage of dither in the normal case of music playback is a bit beyond me already, so I'd like to defer to you experts to explain to me whether it's a better idea to have dither or not have dither for an impulse response to be used in a convolver?