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Digital waveguide mesh models can be used to model the acoustic and reverberant properties of an enclosed space. Scattering junctions used to construct the mesh enable a Room Impulse Response (RIR) to be obtained for a distinct point. Measuring over a number of junctions and post-processing enables an Ambisonic B-format or 5.1 channel RIR to be obtained suitable for surround sound reverberation processing.
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