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Localization, Coloration, and Enhancement of Amplitude-Panned Virtual Sources
The spread and coloration of pair-wise panned virtual sources in listening tests was investigated. The results are compared with results from corresponding simulations using a binaural auditory model. The results show that amplitude panned virtual sources produce highly conflicting cues at frequencies between 1 and 2 kHz, and that they are localized according to different cues depending on signal attributes.
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