The importance of early reflections in producing a good spacial impression in the field of concert hall acoustics and dummy head recordings is becoming more and more apparent. However, the distribution of these early reflections and the associated reverberant field has received little attention with respect to standard microphone systems for loudspeaker stereophony. This paper describes clearly how to determine the localisation of early reflections and the distribution of the reverberant field in the reproduction of almost any dual microphone system for stereophonic sound recording.
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