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More About This Reverberation Science: Perceptually Good Late Reverberation

The perceptual aspects of reverberation are less well known than the acoustic principle itself and its DSP-based simulation in artificial reverberators.In this paper,a series of psychoacoustic experiments are reported,along with theirinterpretation using auditory modeling,in order to reveal the underlying principles of late reverberation perception.Motivated by the results,a simple technique for reverb design is proposed.

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