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Auralization of Impulse Responses Modeled on the Basis of Ray-Tracing Results
After a short comparison of the most common methods of acoustical room simulation-ray-tracing and image source model - it is shown that the information contained in a ray-tracing histogram is sufficient for the auralization process. Furthermore, the steps are discussed which are needed to transform this information into a binaural impulse response ready for the convolution with music signals.
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