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Publisher description for Christian Deconvolver
The tool 'Deconvolver' simply allows you to deconvolve two signals to find the transfer function that transforms one signal into the other (in the time domain this is also known as the Impulse response). Although it does theoretically only work for linear, time invariant systems, you can also get a rough idea of the transfer function and all the other Mojo if you only apply a window to remove Artifacts. In the above screenshot an unknown nonlinear device has been used. Only a dry and a wet music signal were given, but I was able to find out that upsampling was used (see steep cut-off around Nyquist Frequency).