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Rear and Side Pairwise Evaluations of the Precedence Effect
In order to aid in the preparation of mixes in a multichannel environment, a series of tests are performed in an ITU-R BS.775-1 recommended control room set up to determine discrete side and rear discrimination of echoes using delayed noise and sinusoidal tones. The tests are performed with delay times ranging from 0 ms to 70 ms.
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