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Improving Room Acoustics Through Time-Variant Synthetic Reverberation
This paper presents a practical method of predicting the stability and effectiveness of any electroacoustic reverberation system. It uses the method to explain a new digital system which uses completely time variant reverberators. The unique system design produces high reverberant level while allowing the pickup microphones to be as much as 50 feet from sound sources without coloration from acoustic feedback.
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