Dattorro Convex Optimization of a Reverberator

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==Convex Optimization in Audio==
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Given this industrial-strength reverberator topology, it is an open question to derive a method for choosing delayline lengths such that perceived decay is exponential. In layman's terms, it is difficult to choose delayline lengths that will not cause
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undulation in this reverberator's decay-tail. Choice of delayline length is an optimization problem because one must simultaneously insure that the network provides good musical qualities.
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[[Image:Progenitor.jpg|thumb|center|1024px|Reverberator after [http://www.davidgriesinger.com Griesinger] <i>ca.</i>1978]]

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mailto:dattorro@stanford.edu   Jon Dattorro

Convex Optimization in Audio

Given this industrial-strength reverberator topology, it is an open question to derive a method for choosing delayline lengths such that perceived decay is exponential. In layman's terms, it is difficult to choose delayline lengths that will not cause undulation in this reverberator's decay-tail. Choice of delayline length is an optimization problem because one must simultaneously insure that the network provides good musical qualities.

Reverberator after Griesinger ca.1978
Reverberator after Griesinger ca.1978
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