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Development and Use of Binaural Recording Technique
During the past decades the technology of binaural recording and payback systems has improved considerably. Beginning with the first developments of Artificial Head Systems, the most important stages up to present-day Artificial Head Systems will be described. Special construction features of Artificial Head Systems whose outer geometries are based on simplified, mathematically modeled geometries, will be explained.
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