The development of microphone array systems for recording both stereo and multichannel sound is directly dependent on the configuration of the reproduction system. This paper describes the intersection between the psychoacoustics of the multichannel listening environment and the physics of the microphone array in the context of univalent recording/reproduction systems, and how realistic natural reproduction of the sound field can be achieved.
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