Placing Sound Sources in Real-World Acoustic Environments
by Michael Kunkes for EditorsGuild Magazine
“For the past couple of decades, synthesized digital reverb has been the standard in the recording industry. Digital Signal Processors (DSP) break down reverb effects into two processes: 1) early reflection, the initial sound created when sound waves bounce off a surface, and 2) the reverb tail, the sounds created by feeding reflections into an engine that calculates and synthesizes millions of reflections, with various amplitude and frequency response variations…”
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