Convolution and Impulse Responses
Convolution is the process where a single sample of a sound is multiplied by every sample of another sound. It is different from the plain multiplication of two sounds where a single sample of the first sound is multiplied by the corresponding single sample of a second sound.
Impulse Responses or IRs are captured by recording how a space responds to a full range of frequencies (typically 20Hz to 20,000Hz). This is achieved by playing back a burst (impulse) of a full range of frequencies within the space and recording it. For more accurate results it is common to use a sine-sweep across the audible frequency range. The recorded IR is nothing more an audio file that can be imported into a convolution software to recreate the sampled space digitally and finally export to WAV or IRS.
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-------------MEGA BLAZZER IRS PACK-------------
Cyberlink Virtual Speaker
DOLBY Virtual Speaker
Modes : LOG* - Wider, LIN - Warmer
Bit Depth : 32
Frequency Response : 5Hz - 22050Hz
How to use IRS :
Android - Get Viper Audio
Windows - foobar, ffdshow (get klite codec pack), viper audio
Linux - ?!!!
For more info like how to use IRS in viper audio : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191223
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