PERCEPTUAL SPATIAL-AUDIO CODING

@inproceedings{Jin2003PERCEPTUALSC,
  title={PERCEPTUAL SPATIAL-AUDIO CODING},
  author={Craig T. Jin and Andr{\'e} van Schaik and Virginia Best and Simon Carlile},
  year={2003}
}
A novel technique for the perceptual coding of spatial audio is presented. This coding technique allows individualized 3D audio presentation and exploits the dichotomous roles of the lowfrequency interaural timing and level difference cues versus the high-frequency spectral cues in human sound localization. The high-frequency spectral cues are modified to match the acoustics of the listener’s outer ears, while preserving the original lowfrequency interaural cues. The psychoacoustic principles… CONTINUE READING

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