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Time-Delay Spectrometry Investigation of Regenerative Sound Systems
With some mechanisms of sound-system regeneration obscure, methods of control of the regeneration by "room tuning" has undergone considerable debate. Time-delay spectrometry studies show that most feedback modes are the product of the very early sound field rather than the discrete room modes or their envelopes. This thesis will be supported by spectrograms and experimental results.
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