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Prospects for Transaural Recording

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Transaural stereo, generic for binaural stereo processed for cancellation of loudspeaker-to-ear crosstalk, results from the use of minimum-phase filters in shuffler configuration. Simplifying the filters further at short wavelengths makes the listener position noncritical. Full spatial qualities appear in a conventional stereo playback that avoids early reflections. Inverse shufflers provide precise transaural pan functions for multitrack work.

JAES Volume 37 Issue 1/2 pp. 3-19; February 1989
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