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Binaural Auralization: Head-Related Transfer Functions Measured on Human Subjects
The result of a room analysis program can be made audible by computer generation of binaural signals. This auralization technique is based on knowledge of the head-related transfer functions (HTFs). Data has been collected for 40 human subjects, measured with 97 directions of sound incidence covering the whole sphere.
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