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A Low Complexity Spatial Localization System
A low complexity procedure intended to approximate the directional cues of natural listening situations is described. The procedure accepts a monophonic (single channel) input signal and a set of parameters which specify the orientation and motion of a simulated sound source relative to the listener. The resulting stereo (two channel) output signal is appropriate for use with headphones or a cross talk compensated loudspeaker system. The approach is suited for use in personal computer systems with limited computational sources.
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