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Signals Simulation Based on Convolution of Room Impulse Response
The paper presents the idea of method which can be used to predict sound signals in rooms. Rooms can be either real or imagined, in complex shapes like theaters, churches, or factory halls. This prediction is based on convolution of signal from free field with room impulse response. The impulse response is measured in real room or calculated using computer program based on image model of sound field. Experiments and first results are presented in diagrams and short recording form.
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