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Reverb Module for the Audio-DSP in VHDL
  REVERB Module

64k Sample RAM

48kHz
x
16 Bit



A reverb module in VHDL for the digital audio processor in FPGA

Reverb is calculated with pre processed damping according to the behavior of the air and reflection parameters of virtual walls. All values for damping, room size and material are parametric during compilation and runtime. The reverb module can be used to add and subtract reflections to / from the audio material. It is also possible to add negative signals to the material in real time in order to pre compensate room reflections like it is known from echo cancelling.

Hear the difference of the Reverb for a demo sequence (Proteus Demo song):
Original / Reverb


 
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