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Making Recordings for Simulation Tests in the Archimedes Project

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Archimedes is a psychoacoustic research project with three partners aiming to use experimental results from free-field simulation of room acoustics to improve sound-reproduction systems. The preparatory work of one partner is presented, involving monophonic recording of voice and various solo instruments under anechoic and semi-reverberant conditions. These recording are for comprehensive experiments using simulation of a standard listening room.

JAES Volume 39 Issue 10 pp. 768-774; October 1991
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