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Binaural Reverberation Using a Modified Jot Reverberator with Frequency-Dependent Interaural Coherence Matching
An extension of the Jot reverberator is presented, producing binaural late reverberation where the interaural coherence can be controlled as a function of frequency such that it matches the frequency-dependent interaural coherence of a reference binaural room impulse response (BRIR). The control of the interaural coherence is implemented using linear filters outside the reverberator's recursive loop. In the absence of a reference BRIR, these filters can be calculated from an HRTF set.
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