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The Effects of Specular Versus Diffuse Reflections on the Frequency Response at the Listener

It is shown how the frequency response of the sound from a monitoring loudspeaker in a control room is affected by the presence of specular or diffuse early reflections. The effect of specular and diffuse early reflections on the frequency response described by means of a simple theoretical model. Simulated results are presented and the results discussed.

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JAES Volume 49 Issue 3 pp. 125-133; March 2001
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