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Multi-Channel Sound Reproduction Using a Four-Ear Dummy Head
A new recording technique based on multichannel digital signal processing is suggested. A dummy head is modeled as a rigid sphere with four -ears- (microphones). Successful reproduction of the recorded signals can be achieved all around a single listener using four loudspeakers in an anechoic environment, thus dealing with the problem of front-back confusion that appears with current dummy head recordings.
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