The acoustical qualities of a concert hall or any other room are generally expressed using acoustical parameters. These parameters are determined from impulse responses, as measured from single positions in a room or along a line array. However, from array measurements it turned out that parameters can fluctuate severely between small distance steps, something which does not agree with human perception. Applying cochlear modeling and psychoacoustics in this process seems a promising technique to reach results which do not suffer from these fluctuations and thus are much closer to human perception compared with conventional techniques.
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