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[Feature] In audio, high-resolution sound should be natural, resembling real life and many of the terms we use to qualify it, such as clarity, focus, transparency, and definition are borrowed from vision. If sound is natural, objects should have clear locations (position and distance) and separate readily into perceptual streams, particularly where environmental reverberation causes multiple arrivals closely separated in time—temporal resolution of microstructure in sound being analogous to spatial resolution in vision.

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JAES Volume 63 Issue 10 pp. 831-832; October 2015
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