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Designing Early Reflection Patterns Suitable for Audio Recordings by Means of Acoustic Modeling

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The early reflection patterns of recording rooms strongly influence the subjective quality of stereo or multichannel recordings, especially when the microphones are situated at a distance from the source. The present paper investigates possibilities for the balance engineer to optimize the early reflection pattern at the microphone positions in a chamber music hall utilizing a computer based ray tracing model.

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