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Using Auralization Techniques to Render 5.1 Surround to Binaural and Transaural Playback
The investigations, carried out at Lake, into various methods for generating simulated acoustic experiences has recently led to the development of a new method for playing back 5.1-channel surround sound for presentation over headphones or loudspeakers. The system relies on accurate modeling of the acoustics of the simulated playback room to provide a natural surround experience.
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