The Use of a Digital Audio Mainframe for Room Acoustical Auralization
A new user-friendly method for auralization has been developed by interfacing a digital audio mainframe and a room acoustical computer model. Instead of using a convolution technique, early reflections are created by time delays and late reflections by an electronic reverberation processor. The system is verified through measurements of a number of room acoustical parameters on the terminals of the mainframe.
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