Learning Reverberation : Considerations for Spatial Auditory Displays

@inproceedings{ShinnCunningham2000LearningR,
  title={Learning Reverberation : Considerations for Spatial Auditory Displays},
  author={Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham},
  year={2000}
}
Barbara Shinn-Cunningham Depts. of Cognitive and Neural Systems and Biomedical Engineering Boston University 677 Beacon St. Boston, MA, 02215 USA +1 617 353 8693 shinn@cns.bu.edu ABSTRACT Reverberation has both beneficial and detrimental effects on auditory localization. This paper reviews evidence that listeners adapt to the reverberation in a room. Results show that reverberation degrades perception of source direction, but with experience in a given room, performance improves. Reverberation… CONTINUE READING
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