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Digital Delay Networks for Designing Artificial Reverberators
Within the framework of Schr-der's parallel comb filter reverberator, a method is proposed for controlling the decay characteristics (avoiding unnatural resonances) and for compensating the frequency response. The method is extended to any recursive delay network having a unitary feedback matrix, and allows selection of the reverberator structure irrespective of reverberation time control.
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