in this video we see everything we can achieve with the Convolver plugin, how it works and much more...
You can use an audio waveform (called an impulse response) to create recordings that simulate the reverberations in a particular space after a loud bang. You can also use an impulse response to convolve the effect of any linear response effect, whether it's a guitar cabinet, zany delay, or exotic filter. You can recreate the reverberations in a particular space using the recorded audio waveform (called an impulse response).
PLUGIN USED IN THIS VIDEO:
Kilohearts Convolver - Convolution Reverb
Convolution Reverb with ability to load IR files.
The most common, and very cool, use for convolution is for reverb. If you go to a place with a nice ambience, like your local church or your grandmother's bathroom, and you record the echo from a short loud click, you can convolve any other sound with the resulting impulse response (IR) and it will sound as if you were magically playing it in that location.