[linux-audio-user] Decent reverb, and DSP in hardware?

Eric Dantan Rzewnicki rzewnickie at rfa.org
Thu Jan 27 14:17:23 EST 2005


On Thu, Jan 27, 2005 at 07:39:07PM +0100, Wolfgang Woehl wrote:
> Jon Morin <jon.j.morin at gmail.com>:
> > You are 100 percent correct, except for this: some people (like me)
> > make our music in a small project studio or apartment, and have no
> > easy access to great sounding rooms.  If I could record my tracks in
> Sonically the most beautiful room to record in is your nearest forest. I 
> learned a lot about reverberation there. A matter of taste I guess.
> Call it great, call it beautiful, whatever. I think it's about whether 
> you and your listeners can relate to the sonic space you build or not. 
> It's easy to relate to something that is real, you know?

Turning this on it's head, has anyone experimented with mixing different
sonic spaces in the same piece? I do it all the time in my haphazard,
random and noisy ways. But, I wonder if there are others using this idea
or if it might even be a standard practice to some degree.
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