In mathematical terms it is used to refer to on operation on two functions producing a third function. In audio, convolution is usually mentioned in reference to an impulse response taken from a physical space, applied to a sound in order to simulate the reverb characteristics from that space. In Phobos, we convolve one sound with one or more others to produce totally new sounds.
Articles in this section
- How it Works - BT Phobos v1.1.4
- "Incompatible Audio Units found" when launching Logic with Phobos installed on Mac OS 10.13 (High Sierra)
- Known issue with Time/Pitch in Convolvers
- How do I move the Phobos content onto a different drive?
- Why does my DAW always open Phobos Organ instead of my saved preset?
- I want to automate a control in Phobos, how do I do it?
- How do I save my own presets in Phobos?
- Where are the AU / VST / AAX plugins on Mac?
- BT Phobos is not showing up in my Library Manager?
- Where is the user manual for Phobos?