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Implementation of a Delay Matrix

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This paper is a follow-up to 'Distributed Sound Reinforcement for Multiple Talker Locations', presented at the AES 21st International Conference. That paper described a delay matrix used to help listeners localize several talker locations within a space. This paper will review that technique and describe its implementation in a recently completed project. Digital audio files will be presented allowing a subjective comparison between the simulated model and recordings made in the actual space.

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