Binaural Auralization and Perceptual Veridicality
Early reflection patterns calculated from a room design program were filtered with measured HRTFs within a hypothetical auralization system. With reference to a particular set of room/listener/sound source configurations, the system is shown to produce both perceptible and imperceptible results. The results of this exploratory analysis are illuminating for future design considerations of HRTF-based auralization systems.
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