Digital Signal Processing Techniques for Non-exponentially Decaying Reverberation
In this paper we show several digital signal processing techniques that can be used for non-exponentially decaying artificial reverberation. Traditional recursive filter techniques used for simulating the diffuse part of reverberation produce an exponentially decaying reverberation. We show how traditional reverberation algorithms can be modified and combined to create non-exponentially decaying reverberation. The techniques presented here can be used for interesting musical effects and speech enhancement. As an application example, a real-time system using the Motorola DSP56002 digital signal processor is presented.