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Computer-Aided Model of Stereophonic Systems
The model is intended to simulate the stereophonic localization response and other important characteristics of the reproduced sound. It accepts the following parameters of the sound pickup and reproduction systems: the polar pattern and position of the microphones used (up to four), the distance of the sound sources and their spectrum, the layout of the loudspeakers and the psychoacoustics of sound localization. Traditional stereophonic systems are analyzed and their performances compared.
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