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Binaural Modeling of Multiple Sound Source Perception: Methodology and Coloration Experiments

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Binaural modeling of coloration perceived due to multiple coherent sources is studied under the condition that sounds arrive at a listener successively within a certain time delay. The model simulates the perception of coloration of two horizontally located sources under prominent precedence effect conditions. Listening experiments are conducted to ensure the validity of the modeling. A new methodology is adopted in the experiments to minimize the error owing to individuality of HRTFs and inaccuracy of HRTF measurements.

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