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Auralization in Scale Models: Processing of Impulse Response
Acoustical measurements using scale models offer a time- and cost-efficient method for determining the acoustical properties of enclosures. In order to listen into the models, measured impulse responses have to be compensated for excessive air attenuation in the model, equalized for transducer response, and their dynamic range has to be extended. The corresponding processing, restricted to monaural signals, is described.
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