|Technical Director, mc2 Audio Ltd|
|4.1 Artificial reverberation devices|
|4.2 Digital mixing and filtering|
|Senior Lecturer, University of Surrey|
Reverberation consists of multiple sound reflections which re-reflection causes to build up into a dense statistical clutter wherein individual reflections can no longer be identified by the listener. The size and shape of the acoustic environment determines the spacing of the early reflections and the time taken for these to build up into a statistical clutter. The acoustic properties of the room boundaries, the room contents and the air within the room ...