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Convolution reverb?, Scientific terminology.
post Jun 3 2011, 06:37
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What is an Impulse response?


There is a simple explanation saying that the IR preset makes your music soundlike it was played in a real place. So the IR of the Sydney Opera House lets you hear what it's like in that building. But if you look at the FLstudio video, the freeverbtoo (or any convolution software) has a lot of settings. In this case, which setting (or combination thereof) is the true response from the advertised sites? In other words, IRs are stored in regular sound files like wav or aiff, and it tells you that you can record your own reverb, but what did you record if there are so many settings in every convolution engine?

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