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The Remote Programmer > The Remote Programmer - Pg. 327

The next algorithm is the Room. Note that the Hall algorithm has the same parameters, but much larger size settings. Size--Assigns a size to the space. Diffusion--Clarifies the bounce, or reflection, of the reverb. Room Shape--Selects one of four room shapes. ER->Late--This parameter sets the time between the "early reflections" and tail end of the reverb. ER Level--Adjusts the level of the early reflections. Predelay--Adjusts the amount of predelay, which is the delay between the source signal and the starting point of the reverb. Modulation Amount--Assigns the amount of modulation to the reverb. The Arena algorithm is used to emulate the reverberations of a full-sized area. This particular algorithm is unique in that it controls the left, right, and center reflections that are present in an arena setting. Size--Assigns a size to the space. Diffusion--Clarifies the bounce, or reflection, of the reverb. Left Delay--Sets the predelay time for the left side of the reverb. Right Delay--Sets the predelay time for the right side of the reverb. Stereo Level--Adjusts the level for both left and right channels of the reverb.