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covolution_reverb_and_irs [2020/01/12 06:06]
rs2000 [Convolution Reverb and IRs (Impulse Responses)]
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espiegel123 [Non-reverb uses]
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 ==== Non-reverb uses ==== ==== Non-reverb uses ====
-Convolution reverbs can be used to interesting effect when you use non-IR (impulse response) files instead of impulse responses. ​You can use it as a sort of spectral ​processor to impose ​the harmonics of one sound on anotherNote that since convolution is basically the multiplication of the signal spectrum with the IR spectrum, ​convolution ​cannot add harmonics that aren't present in the source signal.+Convolution reverbs can be used to interesting effect when you use non-IR (impulse response) files instead of impulse responses. ​The convolution acts as a sort of spectral ​filter. The result is that the source ​sound is "​filtered"​ with the file you as the IRSince convolution is basically the multiplication of the signal spectrum with the IR'​s ​spectrum, ​it cannot add harmonics that aren't present in the source signal.
  
 A quick demo of a decidely non-reverb application of convolution A quick demo of a decidely non-reverb application of convolution
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