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Spatial Soundfield Reproduction with Zones of Quiet
Reproduction of a spatial soundfield in an extended region of open space with a designated quiet zone is a challenging problem in audio signal processing. We show how to reproduce a given spatial soundfield without altering a nearby quiet zone. In this paper, we design a spatial band stop filter over the zone of quiet to suppress the interference from the nearby desired soundfield. This is achieved by using higher order spatial harmonics to cancel the undesirable effects of the lower order harmonics of the desired soundfield on the zone of quiet. We illustrate the theory and design by simulating a 2D spatial soundfield.
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