Synthesis of Room Impulse Response Based on the Discrete Wavelet Transform
The energetic impulse response of a modeled room was processed with the discrete wavelet transform in order to obtain the approximation of the room impulse response. The listening tests comparing the audible effects of both the measured and synthesized impulse responses showed good-quality synthesis was achieved with this method. Further improvement was achieved by a phase randomization procedure.:
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