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Using MATLAB/Simulink as an implementation tool for Multi-Channel Surround Sound
This paper discusses a highly flexible and powerful implementation toolkit that allows new ideas in the field of multi-channel surround sound to be implemented with great ease and minimal development time. The key feature of the toolkit is that it enables complex surround sound encoding and decoding algorithms to be implemented in real-time with relative ease.
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