The theory and techniques for virtual acoustic modeling and rendering are discussed. The creation of natural sounding audiovisual environments can be divided into three main tasks: sound source, room acoustics, and listener modeling. These topics are discussed in the context of both non-real-time and real-time virtual acoustic environments. Implementation strategies are considered, and a modular and expandable simulation software is described.
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