The Influence of Room Acoustics on Reproduced Sound, Part 3: Making Recordings for Simulation Tests in the Archimedes Project
Archimedes a psychoacoustic project with three partners aiming to use experimental results from free field simulation of room acoustics, to improve sound reproduction systems. Preparatory work of one partner is presented, involving monophonic recording of voice and various solo instruments under anechoic and semi-reverberant conditions. These are for comprehensive experiments using simulation of a standard listening room.
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