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[Feature] Increasingly sophisticated analysis, modeling, and simulation tools enable sound fields to be taken apart and put back together again in a modified form. They enable detailed control over the local acoustical environment, including aspects of its spatial characteristics and perceived qualities. This has a range of possible applications, such as the enhancement of natural sounds, spatial manipulation, personalized sound zones, and systems that can adapt to their environments.

JAES Volume 60 Issue 3 pp. 186-190; March 2012
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