Virtual sound sources created with different techniques are evaluated based on a computational model of auditory perception. A binaural model estimates the perceived localization cues. The cues of real and virtual sound sources are compared and the spatial attributes of the sources are discussed. The model predicts many known phenomena in loudspeaker listening and show good agreement with empirical listening results.
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