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The Application of Digital Signal Processing to Large-Scale Simulation of Room Acoustics: Frequency Response Modeling and Optimization Software for a Multichannel DSP Engine

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Archimedes is a cooperative psychoacoustic research project involving experimental simulation of loudspeaker and room acoustics. The complex sound-field simulation required makes a digital signal-processing (DSP) approach both logical and necessary. An important problem in achieving an accurate simulation is the efficient approximation of loudspeaker directivity and wall-reflection response functions for a DSP engine which both cascades nd adds component responses.

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JAES Volume 40 Issue 4 pp. 260-276; April 1992
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