[Feature] Spatialization and soni cation offer a number of exciting possibilities, both for those with impaired senses and those with normal vision and hearing. Soundscapes can take many forms, and there are a number of projects dedicated to determining how they may best be recorded, categorized, and described. Crowd noise and applause are made up of distinctive “grains” of sound that can create a noise-like background with identi able foreground elements. Research has concentrated on how to analyze and resynthesize these in a way that is perceptually convincing.
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