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Interior Impulse Responses
Impulse responses from a 1970’s-era 23-floor high-rise.
Version 1: 11th floor
The location is midway up the height of the building. The reverb echoes extensively up and down the vastness of the stairwell.
A second IR was recorded there, at three meters. It is similar to the IR above, but broader due to an increased distance, at half a floor above.
Version 2: 23rd floor.
An IR from the top floor of the high-rise. Similar to the other high-rise recordings, but adds a more metallic cast due to the structures in the area. The ceiling is also higher, which adds a broader aspect to the reverb.
A small 1.5 meter by 4 meter wooden sauna. A tight, intimate location.
How to Add An Impulse Response to Altiverb 7
- Download an impulse response ZIP file, above.
- Expand the ZIP file. A folder with an “.aeir” IR file and photo will be inside.
- Move the folder into the Applications/Audio Ease/Altiverb 7/Impulse Responses/User Created IRs folder
- Invoke the Altiverb plug-in in Soundminer, Pro Tools, etc. Open the IR Browser, and click “User.” You’ll find the new IRs there.