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Implementing Doppler Shifts for Virtual Auditory Environments
A listening test has shown that the plausibility of virtual auditory environments can be increased significantly when Doppler shifts are adequately emulated. A simple sound-field model capable of calculating the necessary auralization parameters for moving sound sources and listeners in real-time applications is presented. Signal processing algorithms for auralizing Doppler shifts are discussed.
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