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Multichannel Sound Scene Control For MPEG Surround

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MPEG Surround is a technique to compress multichannel signals as backward compatible mono or stereo sound with a little bit increase of bitrate for additional side information. In this paper, to provide useful functionality to MPEG Surround, we proposed multichannel sound scene control algorithm based on the modification of spatial cues. By simple modification of spatial cues for MPEG Surround, the overall sound scene produced by MPEG Surround can be easily controlled and panned, and whose quality shows comparable with conventional direct panning method.

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