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room impulse response database acquired from a variable acoustics classroom" (2013). Room measurements were conducted in a variable acoustics classroom mockup space (epod) at Armstrong World Industries in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA. Binaural room impulse responses were measured in the epod using a head and torso simulator. Five reverberation time (RT)(More)
of a Master's Research Project at the University of Miami. Artificial reverberation can be developed by convolving an input signal with the specific impulse response of an acoustic space. This computationally exhaustive method achieves superb reverberation, but is often abandoned for simpler filtering methods. Since it is only the length of the impulse(More)
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