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Interaural time difference fluctuations: their measurement, subjective perceptual effect, and application in sound reproduction
Two objective measurement techniques have been proposed that relate the fluctuations in interaural time difference to one or more attributes of subjective spatial perception. This paper reviews these measurements, discusses how these fluctuations may be created in a real acoustical environment, summarises the experiments carried out to elicit the subjective effect of the fluctuations, and suggests ways in which this research can be applied to sound reproduction.
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