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Distortion of Auditory Perspective Produced by Interchannel Mixing at High and Low Audio Frequencies

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This paper describes an attempt to determine by subjective test, the nature and degree of distortium of auditory perspective produced when L-R or difference information of the two stereo channels is attenuated at either high or low audio frequencies.

JAES Volume 9 Issue 1 pp. 13-18; January 1961
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