The Psychoacoustics of Multichannel Audio
This is a tutorial paper giving an introduction to the perception of multichannel sound reproduction. The important underlying psychoacoustic phenomena are reviewed -- starting with the behaviour of the auditory periphery and moving on through binaural perception, central binaural phenomena and cognition.: : The author highlights the way the perception of a recording can be changed according to the number of replay channels used. The paper opens the question of relating perceptual and cognitive responses to directional sound or to sound fields.
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