The Effect of Sound Spatialization on Responses to Overlapping Messages
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The Effect of Sound Spatialization on Responses to Overlapping Messages

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Published by Storming Media .
Written in English

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FormatSpiral-bound
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Open LibraryOL11845440M
ISBN 101423509420
ISBN 109781423509424

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Sound Spatialization, Fig. 2 Block diagram of a typical system for sound spatialization and auralization. Both Both headphone and loudspeaker reproduction are displayed in the same diagram. This gives the effect of having multiple independent sources of that sound being added together. The result is a much fuller and richer sound. We can obtain a similar effect with respect to spatialization. A mono source can be spread over the perceived space by causing various components of the sound to be positioned at different points in space.   Rendering sound propagation for VR requires the spatialization of the directional RIR in the spatial room impulse response (SRIR). Interactive auralization forces algorithms to cover most of the psychoacoustic effects in localization and timbre distortion due to dynamic changes of the active listening experience, thus defining memory and. Since the early 60's, electroacoustic music composers have been concerned about spatializing sound. Spatializing sound mainly consists of using several speakers and sending the right signal to each of them. Their purposes were and still are different: Immerse the listener inside sound - Distribute sound in large spaces for better quality, intelligibility and homogeneity - Separate different.

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Sound Spatialization over Loudspeakers: A Real-Time Implementation Using Head-Related Transfer Functions Welcome to the IDEALS Repository. JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Browse. IDEALS. Titles Authors Contributors Subjects Date . The low frequency sound also sometimes appeared louder when the pan pot was in the middle for some speaker positions. This effect was investigated by trying to match the sound level between the test loudspeakers and a reference placed close to the listener. The results showed a 2dB increase in level when the sound was panned to the center.   Principal Researcher Zhengyou Zhang talks about improving audioconferencing through the use of audio spatialization at this year’s Microsoft Research TechFest. Reasons seem obvious to try and create sound, and eventually echo nature’s own sounds, imprinting our human characteristics onto this reflection of nature. First through voice, percussions, and later with growing sophistication music instruments, then digital processors, that today allows a handling of massive amounts of information and processing.