Auralization

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Auralization is the process of rendering a soundfield audible. This generally involves convolving an anechoic audio recording with an acoustic impulse response.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kleiner, Mendel, Bengt-Inge Dalenbäck, and Peter Svensson. "Auralization-an overview." Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 41.11 (1993): 861-875.