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Electronic Manipulation of Psychoacoustic Space Perception
It is possible to -encode- electronically processed sound with supplementary directional information that will tend to widen the perceived image. This information is generated by the Aphex Aural Exciter and is mixed with the main signal as a low level sub-carrier. The brain, acting as a -de-coder- compares the main signal and the sub-carrier as a differential function. The result is increased spatiality and presence.
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