The problem of selection of an adequate surround sound life recording and reproduction methods is still open. Alternative methods of organizing this process are discussed in the paper. Some experimental recording sessions employing the 5.1 format were made with the use of various miking techniques and the convolution-based multichannel audio processing algorithm. The results were submitted to some subjective assessments and then compared. Conclusions resulting from performed experiments are derived and discussed.
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