Lake Technology Ltd. has licensed its patented low-latency convolution technique to the Allen Organ Company, a producer of church and theater organs and co-developer of the digital organ. The manufacturer recently introduced Quantum technology, incorporating the Lake Convolution technique, for its Renaissance Organs.
Lake Technology's Convolution algorithm is the core technology in numerous products, including the Lake-developed Dolby Headphone and Dolby Virtual Speaker processes, which are also available in Lake's VZ chip design for consumer product applications, as well as Lake's Huron Acoustic Research Workstation and other third-party convolution reverberation products.
"We are very excited to see that a leading company like Allen Organ understands the leap forward in quality and audio impact the use of Lake Convolution will provide to their customers," said Patrick Flanagan, drector of operations, licensing at Lake Technology. "The Allen Organ license and product roll-out demonstrate that Lake continues to provide leading and innovative audio technologies to its global customers, enhancing their product offerings."
"We see the implementation of real-time convolution as a milestone in digital organ development," said Dwight Beacham, VP of R&D at Allen Organ Company. "This technology not only improves the organ's sound, but just as importantly, how the instrument reacts to the musician, greatly increasing artistic results."
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