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Comparison of Modal Equalizer Design Methods
Modal equalization of low-frequency room modes has recently been proposed as a method to improve sound reproduction in spaces where modal decay time is too long. This is achieved by signal processing techniques that reduce the pole radii of problematic modes in the overall transfer function. In this paper, we will compare the performance of different methods proposed for modal equalization.
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