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The Psychoacoustic Perception of Distance in Monophonic and Binaural Music

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Music plays an important role in immersive environments. With the rise in immersive technology, scientists in the field have been researching how music is perceived in extended reality (XR), in an attempt to improve the authenticity of audiovisual experiences. The auditory perception of distance is an important issue in 3D virtual environments but has been considered an obscure area. The study aims to compare monophonic and binaural signals for more accurate localization, over different types of music audio sources.

Express Paper 8; AES Convention 153; October 2022
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