Artificial reverberation is used by recording engineers to help create a sense of spaciousness, depth, and envelopment in a sound recording. A system is proposed for training listeners to detect and identify various aspects of artificial reverberation reproduced in multichannel audio. The training helps increase listeners 'auditory sensitivity to parameters of artificial reverberation in sound scene comparisons. The exercises progress from simple matching to identification of more subtle aspects of artificial reverberation.
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