Artificial Reverberation: Five Iconic Algorithms

Artificial Reverberation: Five Iconic Algorithms

Date: 18 Mar 2019
Time: 18:30

Location: Arts One, Queen Mary University of London (Mile End campus)
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Artificial Reverberation: Five Iconic Algorithms

Date: 18th March 2019
Time: 18:30
Venue: Arts One Lecture Theatre, Queen Mary University of London.

Join us at Queen Mary University of London for a lecture from Dr Eric Tarr from Belmont University as he explains, discusses and demonstrates 5 different algorithms used for artificial reverb.

Audio engineers use artificial reverberation (reverb) to simulate the natural effect of an acoustic space. This can be done digitally, which has the benefit of providing a great deal of control over the processing of the effect. There are many different ways that digital reverb has been implemented. During this presentation, five different reverb algorithms will be discussed and demonstrated: Schroeder, Moorer, Dattorro, Gardner, and Feedback Delay Network. In all cases, these algorithms combine sub-blocks of delay processing such as the feedback comb filter and all-pass filter. The relationship between algorithm parameters (e.g. delay time, feedback gain) and reverb concepts (e.g. diffusion, RT-60) will be presented. A free audio plug-in called Iconic Algorithms, created by Dr. Eric Tarr, will be used to compare each type of reverb.

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