Human Factors and the Acoustic Ecology: Considerations for Multimedia Audio Design
Acoustic designers face new challenges as audio, video, and computers converge into the synergy of multimedia. The sound engineer must consider the human factors and acoustic ecology involved in the new -conversation- between listeners and a multimedia system. An organized and centralized sound design will make the audio element a rich ingredient in the multimedia experience.
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