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Artificial Reverberator with Location Control in Multi-Channel Recording
In this paper, a novel artificial reverberator is proposed. Comparing with conventional algorithms focused to append appropriate timber and reverberance, proposed algorithm is designed to produce realistic reverberation by controlling each location of sound sources. The new algorithm proposed in this paper controls perceived direction by panning the direct sound, and controls perceived distance by adjusting energy decay curve of reverberation which is obtained by location-clustering method and gain of the direct sound. In addition, the algorithm enhances Listener Envelopment (LEV) to make late reverberation incoherent among channels.
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