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A New Low-latency, Discrete Multichannel Virtualization Technique
Typical multichannel virtualization techniques that attempt to create an enveloping audio effect also result in imprecise source localization and an unnatural coloration of the sound. A processing system is presented that addresses these issues using a combination of head-related transfer functions, crosstalk cancellation, and equalization. An efficient time domain processing engine is employed to reduce processing latency.
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