Spatial Sound Principles and Applications

Spatial Sound Principles and Applications

Spatial sound is an enhanced and immersive set of audio techniques which provides sound in three-dimensional virtual space. This comprehensive handbook sets out the basic principles and methods with a representative group of applications: sound field and spatial hearing; principles and analytic methods of various spatial sound systems, including two-channel stereophonic sound, and multichannel horizontal and spatial surround sound; ambisonics; wavefield synthesis; binaural playback and virtual auditory display; recording and synthesis, and storage and transmission of spatial sound signals; and objective and subjective evaluation. Applications range from cinemas to small mobile devices.

The only book to review spatial sound principles and applications extensively
Covers the whole field of spatial sound

The book suits researchers, graduate students, and specialist engineers in acoustics, audio, and signal processing.

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