Old 01-13-2018, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Good link to Impulse Response Explanation?

Does anyone have a good link to an explanation of how filter length affects the sound on an impulse response?
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The question appears to address two unrelated areas of sampling theory.

Filter length is an attribute of a finite impulse response filter, which affects the attainable filter slope of one type of digital filter.

The sound of an impulse response the the resulting of passing audio through a convolution process where a linear non-timevariant process (such as how a speaker responds to an impulse) is applied to the input audio.

Maybe you could clarify what you are trying to find out?
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