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Software reverb and stereo-image

Postby dpclarkson » Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:42 pm

So, I was fiddling a bit with NAT, trying to
sample a convolution reverb.
After deconvolution, I noticed that the stereo-image
was altered; everything sounds a lot wider somehow,
as opposed to the original convolution reverb.
I processed it with a stereo sinesweep from a NAT session.
Is this behaviour normal?
Other than that, it sounds great, better than the original! :)
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Re: Software reverb and stereo-image

Postby enriquesilveti » Tue Nov 19, 2013 12:40 pm

dpclarkson wrote:So, I was fiddling a bit with NAT, trying to
sample a convolution reverb.
After deconvolution, I noticed that the stereo-image
was altered; everything sounds a lot wider somehow,
as opposed to the original convolution reverb.
I processed it with a stereo sinesweep from a NAT session.
Is this behaviour normal?
Other than that, it sounds great, better than the original! :)


NAT sampling is dual mono to stereo, also reverb NAT session will not sample the tail chorus.
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