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Auralization in Small-Scale Models: Extending the Frequency Bandwidth

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Auralization using impulse responses measured in scale models requires these responses to undergo several treatments. Following the treatments presented in the paper, -Application of Binaural Hearing to Scale-Model Testing,- K. Oguchi, et. al., JAES, vol. 41, no. 11, pp. 939-945 (1993 Nov.), this paper describes a signal-processing based method that extends the : frequency bandwidth of the impulse responses beyond the limitations imposed by the transducers used for measurements. Using this last treatment, good-quality auralization is achieved in small-scale models.

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