Ambisonic Synthesis of Complex Sources
Exterior expansions of complex sound sources are presented as flexible objects for producing Ambisonic sound-field encodings. The sources can be synthesized or recorded directly, rotated, and positioned in space. Related techniques can also be used to efficiently add high-quality reverberation, depending on the orientation and location of the source and listener.
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