researching reverb dsp

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hey guys,
i'm not sure if this is the place to ask this. I'm doing a research paper on DSP for digital reverb. I was wondering if you guys know what the computer is actually doing to the bits to create the reverb. what kind of processing the computer needs to be doing. i know reverb can be quite intense on a computers processor. Maybe if you guys could show me where to look that'd be awesome thanks!

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Reverb is quite a complex thing to do - there are numerous different methods, generally a convolution reverb is more CPU intensive than an algorithmic one, a convolution reverb attempts to simulate a reverberant space by combining the impulse response of that space with the audio normally by using FFT based processing. An algorithmic reverb, as the name implies, attempts to simulate the reverb with a general purpose algorithm normally based around comb filtering and delays. A full discussion is probably a bit lengthy for a forum post, I can give you more information if you require - I've written some jack client applications, including a reverb - contact details on the site:

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