The Convolver was developed to be a convolution VST plugin.
Convolver cannot load large impulse response files. Small impulse responses work fine, but using large files requires a block-wise processing algorithm.
NOTE: Convolver has been discontinued and is no longer supported by Teragon Audio.
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Convolver Download With Full Crack is a 64 or 128 sample bidirectional convolution reverb.
NOTE: Convolver by Teragon Audio is no longer supported.
Convolver has similar user interface to the Webrn and Reverb plugins.
Below is the summary of Convolver features:
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depth, the controls are:
click to access menu or toolbar
press and release to reset
press and drag to move/rotate
press and select to toggle on/off
press and check/uncheck to select/unselect
move and rotate to select lines and points
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The panels available in the main window are:
Tone Colour and Crossover controls
Pan and Level controls
Active Panner controls
Gate and Balance controls
Delay time control
Ratio and Ratio Control
Controls for Q and Resonance
Tremolo and Chorus controls
The filter controls are:
“Expression” Controls (Expression/Automatic)
Delay time controls
Delay length controls
Delay Depth controls
Delay To controls
Delay Off controls
Delay Stereo controls
Delay Match to controls
Delay Compressor controls
Delay Filt Controls
Delay and Filter Properties controls
Stereo Spread Controls
VOX Processing Controls
The sequencers in Convolver are very basic. There are two eight-step sequencers: one for recording the signal and one for playback.
The Stereo Spread controls allow you to control the spread of signal in the left and right channel.
There is no MIDI learning support.
The MIDI channel can be mapped on the Sequencer.
Convolver has two algorithms – a traditional fixed algorithm and a reverb algorithm based on a simple multi-directional multi-pole infinite impulse response convolution.
You can use a number of effects modules
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Convolver Full Crack is a convolution reverb plugin. Convolver Cracked Version uses a hybrid algorithm to quickly and accurately imitate natural reverberation.
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Convolver takes advantage of the shared structure of convolution reverb impulse responses.
Compared to a normal convolution reverb plugin, Convolver allows you to easily simulate reverb in real time,
and it requires less computing resources, but allows you to emulate a much longer impulse response.
Convolver’s large input response allows for a smooth and natural sound.
Convolver’s interpolation method is very accurate, it will not cause an overmodulation effect.
Convolver has a configurable modulation control.
The impulse response of the plugin comes in as the most important parameter.
Convolver takes very large impulse responses (up to 2.5GB), which ensures a smooth sound and a good interpolation.
However, using very large impulse responses (a large amount of samples) means that a lot of memory is required.
In this respect, Convolver is no different from any other convolution reverb plugin.
Convolver uses a block-wise processing algorithm. Convolver uses two different sets of impulse responses,
I and II.
The impulse response set I contains block-wise impulses in a two-dimensional block matrix.
It takes advantage of the shared structure of convolution reverb impulse responses.
When you render the plugin, you will automatically get two different results that are the result of
combining I and II (block-wise rendered and mixed).
The impulse response set II is used to fill gaps in the impulse response set I.
Convolver uses the overlap-and-add algorithm for impulse response set I.
The impulse response set II uses the alternate-add algorithm.
The alternate-add algorithm does not add the complete impulse response block to itself,
but only adds alternating samples from I to II.
The alternate-add algorithm avoids artifacts such as doubling, octave and delay.
Convolver is a free convolution audio effects plugin with one input and one output. It consists of two buffered convolutions.
The first convolution controls the audio input level. If the “Set input level to…” control is set to something other than “Low”, then the first convolution will depend on the incoming audio levels and will use these for adjusting its output level.
The second convolution is controlled by the “Second convolution” control and has a user-defined impulse response. The impulse response will pass through the two buffered convolutions and is sent to the output.
Because the converter is buffered in terms of the resampling it will work faster than linear convolution on a computer. In other words, it will have a smoother response than a linear convolution.
The object of the convolution is to cancel the signal by convolving it with the impulse response. The input signal will follow the impulse response, but the first convolution will change the output signal. When the impulse response is sufficiently long, and the first convolution is long enough, then the impulse response will completely cancel the incoming signal.
The convolution, by definition is a “time shifting”. This means that if the impulse response is long enough, the sound will change over time. If the impulse response is too short then it will always be the same.
The Convolver has two controls: the first one is the impulse response. As this control is set, a new impulse response will be loaded when double-clicking on it. The impulse response will be saved in the current user data directory.
The second control is the “Connected mode”. This controls the connected mode and is set using the Up button in the graph window. If connected mode is on then the incoming signal will be connected to the second convolution in the converter. If the UP button is not pressed while the impulse response is loaded, then the impulse response and the signal are connected independent of each other.
The third control is the “Set input level to…” This is the first convolution. When this control is set to anything but “Low”, the input levels will be the incoming levels and they will be used in the first convolution. If this control is set to “Low” then the input levels will not be used.
There are four output controls: the first output is “Out1” which will drive the output signal. The “Save result” control will save the current state
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Convolver can convolve, analyze, and synthesize an arbitrary audio file.
The settings of the convolver are saved and can be restored at any time. The convolver is a good choice for convolution using multiple convolution methods (see below).
Please see the names of the settings for the convolver convention examples below.
The convolver has the following settings:
Setting [Analysis Mode] is used to activate the convolver as an analyzing plugin. Please see the examples below.
The analysis mode will allow you to choose the following options:
[Use Only First Channel:]
Activate the convolver and use only the first channel.
[Use All Channels:]
Activate the convolver and use all channels.
Activate the convolver. The variance is calculated from all channel samples and placed in a separate chart.
Activate the convolver. This is the same as mixed mode.
Activate the convolver. This will allow the convolver to detect any silent samples.
[Channel pair method]
Activate the convolver. This determines which method to use to compute the convolution. By default, it will use the Block method.
Activate the convolver. This determines which method to use to compute the convolution. By default, it will use the block method.
Activate the convolver. This is the same as convolver mode.
[File table name]
Activate the convolver. This is the same as file table name.
Activate the convolver.
Below, the settings are described for each of the following examples.
There are two modes available for the convolver.
There are three modes available for the convolver.
[Use Only First Channel:]
The convolver will act as an analyzing plugin and will only analyze the first channel of a stereo file.
[Use All Channels:]
The convolver will act as an analyzing plugin and will analyze all channels of a stereo file.
The convolver will act as an analyzing plugin and will compute the variance of all of the channels.
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