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  • Waves Audio Director of R&D Itai Neoran to Lecture at AES

    Waves Audio Director of R&D Itai Neoran to Lecture at AES

    KNOXVILLE, TN, October 27, 2015 — Itai Neoran, Director of Research and Development at Waves Audio, will be giving a lecture on FIR reverberation as part of the Immersive Audio Signal Processing and Effects Workshop at the upcoming 139th International AES Convention, taking place October 29 to November 1, 2015, at the Jacob Javits Center in New York City.

    The workshop (October 31, 100–11:30 am, Room 1A14, Technical Program Sessions) will discuss multi-channel and surround effects. Neoran’s lecture will focus on the concept of FIR reverberation and on enhancing the statistics of the desired reverb, the sensation of space, and inter-aural correlation.
    Neoran has been developing professional and consumer audio processing tools since 1994, one of which is the Waves H-Reverb Hybrid Reverb plugin. FIR Reverberation, the topic of Neoran’s lecture, is among the key technologies behind H-Reverb.

    Neoran comments, “I am extremely thankful to be invited to lecture at AES. It offers me the opportunity to tell the story of Waves H-Reverb and explain how this processor enables us to control some the most important spatial qualities of reverberation, including echo density, modal density, build-up, decay shapes and stereo image.”

    To learn more: http://www.aes.org/events/139/workshops/?ID=4698. To visit Waves at the AES convention, visit Booth 437.
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