Implementation of an Auralization Scheme in a Digital Mixing Console Using Perceptual Parameters
An auralization scheme is introduced, which allows accurate positioning of sound sources within a synthesized auditory environment using standard multichannel loudspeaker formats. The new software toolset comprises modules generating defined discrete reflections and the formerly introduced VSP pan pot. Both can be configured in each channel of the desk. An arbitrary number of spatialized sound sources can be combined to form an acoustical scene by additionally applying a reverberation module that generates transition and late parts of typical room impulse responses, adjustable by perceptual : parameters.:
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