Acqua Engine Features
Dynamic Volterra Kernels Technology (D.V.K.T.): Volterra kernels are applied in real-time within the Acqua Engine, depending on the assessment of input and output audio streams. Processing can be applied down to a single audio sample. This is similar to algorithmic convolution, but much more advanced in that it may be applied to varying, constantly updating impulse responses.
Time Varying Models (T.M.V.): A collection of kernels collect data using an advanced sampling technique, creating a multi-dimensional snapshot of a nonlinear/time-varying system. Multiple recordings are interpolated in order to mimic the time evolution and response to external variables such as user parameters and input/output assessments (e.g. time-varying cyclic effect processors , stomp-boxes, digital multi-effect units).