All-pass filters have been a central building block in artificial reverberation systems. The authors propose nested and interleaved combinations of such filters as an efficient way to produce reverberation architecture without a correspondingly high compute cost. The resulting dual all-pass filter approach compares favorably to that of embedded all-pass filters.
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