The performance of automotive sound systems is compromised by the effects of acoustic noise. Digital techniques are necessary to measure the noise in a car accurately and to predict the effects of masking. It is shown that it is possible to predict and reverse the effects of noise-induced masking. This paper describes a system that modifies music signals to compensate for these effects. The system is similarly effective on music and speech.: sic signals to compensate for these effects. The system is similarly effective on music and speech.
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