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    Real Vox/Vi Soloists in a Pure Space Reverb

    Here are three new reverberation demos based on Numerical Sound\'s Pure Space series of RI played by real human musicians. More information on Pure Space Reverb Impulses can be found at http://www.numericalsound.com/purespac.html

    Violinist Laurence Stevenson played a song by Phil Cunningham (still alive) \'The Cottage Hospital\'. He wrote it for the surgeons at said hospital who saved the use of his hand after a severe car accident. The reverberation impulse used was from the Pure Space Film RI CD - impulse 2750 the wet signal -4 db relative to the dry signal. 1.9 Meg mp3 file.

    http://www.numericalsound.com/laurenv2.mp3

    Mary Knickle is singing in Latin - not sure of the name of the work. RI is 3313 a Sacred Space impulse the wet signal is -4 db lower than the dry signal. 2.0 Meg mp3 file.

    http://www.numericalsound.com/maryson2.mp3

    Michael Miland is singing a verse from \'The Grey Funnel Line \' by Cyril Tawney, a British trad. folkie RI used is 1803 a Classical impulse the wet signal is -3 db lower than the dry signal. 687K mp3 file.

    http://www.numericalsound.com/michael2.mp3


    Ernest Cholakis
    Numerical Sound
    www.numericalsound.com

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    Re: Real Vox/Vi Soloists in a Pure Space Reverb

    I visited your website and didn\'t see any mention of any programs/plug ins (Vst/Direct X) that use your impulses? A list on your site would be useful info. [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Re: Real Vox/Vi Soloists in a Pure Space Reverb

    The Impulses are delivered in wav or sound designer II dual mono format. The convolution algorithm (reveb engine) can be a plug-in or stand alone program but at this time not the impulses. I would like the idea of embedding the impulses inside a plug-in such as GigaPulse or Space Designer - would definitely help on the security front.


    Ernest

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