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Unravelling the Perception of Spatial Sound Reproduction: Language Development, Verbal Protocol Analysis and Listener Training
This paper presents the methods used in developing a descriptive language for a set of samples created for evaluating different spatial sound reproduction systems. The different methods of language development are discussed, and the language development process employed is explained in detail. The developed descriptive language is presented with the associated direct attribute scales. Lastly, the development of training samples is presented.
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