Practical Processors and Programs for Digital Reverberation
Digital Reverberation is everywhere. In only 11 years it has gone from one of the first really cost-effective uses of digital technology to being indispensable to modern recording. This paper presents some of the origins of digital reverberation in the extensive earlier work at the British Broadcasting Corporation, Bell Laboratories, and elsewhere. It will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of some of the algorithms, and the hardware requirements of digital processors optimized for reverberation.
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