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Two-Band Approximation of Virtual Sound Imaging Systems
This paper presents an approximation model for virtual source imaging systems based on crosstalk cancellation technique. The proposed model provides simple but very effective approximations in low- and high-frequency bands. At low frequencies, the approximation results in the well-known amplitude panning. On the other hand, the high-frequency approximation is expressed using representative interaural level and time differences. The effectiveness of the model for various applications was confirmed via computer simulations and listening tests.
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