A novel auralization method, in which the propagation speed of sound is slowed down, is presented. The auralization in slow motion enables to study the details of simulated impulse responses, such as spatial distribution of early reflections and spectrum of each reflection. It gives more information than conventional binaural or multichannel auralization of impulse responses. The proposed method can be applied in concert hall design as well as in teaching of room acoustics.
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