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Sparse Frequency-Domain Reverberator
Numerous applications require realistic and computationally efficient late reverberation. In this paper, the perceptually relevant properties of reverberation are identified, and a novel frequency transform domain reverberator that fulfills these properties is proposed. Listening test results confirm that the proposed reverberator has a perceptual quality equivalent to the ideal solution of decaying Gaussian noise in frequency bands.
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