- Writer: Voxengo
- Provider: TCD
- Product: Deconvolver
- Model: 1.9.3
Lately, sampling (convolution) reverbs have turn into an increasing number of in demand. With convolution, now we have a chance to seize the sound of something on the planet that may generate a reverb and use these sound impulses freely in any scenario conceivable. This allows us to make use of the sound of high-end reverb models, real-world rooms, halls, cathedrals, artificial reverbs and different sources, together with non-reverb ones, with none trouble and in a uniform method utilizing solely a single program or a plug-in module.
Though there are numerous completely different sources of impulse responses, we additionally face the difficulties of buying these to allow them to be used seamlessly in any software program setting.
In lots of circumstances throughout some stage of the impulse seize, we usually have a fairly giant set of recorded check tones that have been run by means of some system or mic’ed in some room. This poses the issue of recovering the impulses conveniently and with minimal consumer effort. The opposite downside we could face is the enter or the output bit-depth incompatibility of the recorded and the recovered information. Some convolution plug-ins are inclined to help solely a small subset of accessible bit-depths. And alike, present deconvolution packages and plug-ins help solely the given pattern charges and bit depths, and have a tendency to supply a really poor high quality deconvolution.
Voxengo Deconvolver overcomes these issues. To start with, it helps nearly all pattern codecs (bit-depths) of uncompressed mono/stereo WAV information. Secondly, it affords a really handy setting by which to deconvolve giant units of recorded information. Voxengo Deconvolver additionally affords a real mathematical FFT deconvolution which delivers 100% precise deconvolution. On the identical time, this places an enormous demand on the system reminiscence: deconvolving a 25-second stereo file at 96 kHz could require as much as 100 MB of reminiscence.
- True FFT deconvolution
- Reversed check tone deconvolution method
- Minimal-phase remodel possibility
- Reads 8, 16, 24, 32, 64 bit PCM and IEEE WAV information
- Writes 8, 16, 24 PCM and 32 IEEE WAV information
- Multi-channel file help
- Batch help
- Constructed-in DC elimination filter
- Constructed-in check tone generator
- Computerized stereo normalization
- Inverted impulse response creation
- 64-bit processing
- All pattern charges supported