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Stereophonic Rendering of Source Distance Using DWM-FDN Artificial Reverberators
Artificial reverberators are used in audio recording and production to enhance the perception of spaciousness. It is well known that reverberation is a key factor in the perception of the distance of a sound source. The ratio of direct and reverberant energies is one of the most important distance cues. A stereophonic artificial reverberator is proposed that allows panning the perceived distance of a sound source. The proposed reverberator is based on feedback delay network (FDN) reverberators and uses a perceptual model of direct-to-reverberant (D/R) energy ratio to pan the source distance. The equivalence of FDNs and digital waveguide mesh (DWM) scattering matrices is exploited in order to devise a reverberator relevant in the room acoustics context.
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