i'm currently in the process of trying to implement reverberation. For this i tried to implement a feedback combfilter (used in Schroeder's or Moorer's reverb algorithms), similar to this AW-video:
I set the feedback-gain to 0.75 and the Delay-Module to 1 sample and configured the feedback wire. For measuring, i sent an impulse from a "PeriodicFuncGen". It worked, but by looking at the impulse response i noticed, that in between the impulses, i got the set delay (1 sample) + an additional delay of 256 samples. So exactly the block size of the system.
For comparison i implemented the same combfilter in matlab (feedback_com.m), computed sample by sample, and of course it worked as it was supposed to do.
The comparison between both impulse responses:
Now here are my questions on that:
Is it actually possible to calculate it sample-wise in AW?
And if so, how to implement it without causing big CPU consumption?
Does anybody know if it even matters when having larger delay times (e.g. for application in reverb plugins) ?
And how is it actually implemented in real Reverb-PlugIns? How do they achieve that?
I'm quite a newbie to signal signal processing, so of course feel free to correct me if i get something completely wrong in understanding.
Furthermore, i also made the same process for a manual implemented allpass filter as shown here:
The problem is the same here, but with this behavior the allpass filter does not fulfill its actual purpose (namely a flat frequency response), right?
I found the AllpassDelay-Module in AudioWeaver and of course, this is working properly and is giving me the expected impulse response with no additional delay in between the impulses. But how is this Allpass-Delay-Module designed? Is it computing sample by sample? Unfortunately, i can't see the digital system shown for the Allpass on the "help" page within AudioWeaver.
For the sake of completeleness, here my measurements on the Allpass:
Layout to compare manual implemented allpass and Allpass Delay module:
Comparison of the to impulse responses:
I would be very grateful if somebody of you could help me out on that. Maybe i'm also missunderstanding something.
Maybe also somebody got some links or information for me of implemented reverb in audio weaver?
Greetings from Germany,