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Dependence of Microphone Pop Data on Loudspeaker Properties

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It is proposed to simulate the human articulation effects of plosives on microphone response by means of a simple loudspeaker setup and an RC network. The microphone response is digitized and two signal parameters are calculated from it. A comparison of the pop reaction and the calculated parameters is made using different loudspeakers for the method under discussion.

JAES Volume 38 Issue 6 pp. 469-476; June 1990
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