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Perception of head-position-dependent variations in interaural cross-correlation coefficient

Mason, R, Kim, C and Brookes, T (2009) Perception of head-position-dependent variations in interaural cross-correlation coefficient In: 126th Audio Engineering Society Convention, 2009-05-07 - 2009-05-10, Munich, Germany.

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Experiments were undertaken to elicit the perceived effects of head-position-dependent variations in the interaural cross-correlation coefficient of a range of signals. A graphical elicitation experiment showed that the variations in the IACC strongly affected the perceived width and depth of the reverberant environment, as well as the perceived width and distance of the sound source. A verbal experiment gave similar results, and also indicated that the head-position-dependent IACC variations caused changes in the perceived spaciousness and envelopment of the stimuli.

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Divisions : Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > Department of Music and Media
Authors :
Mason, R
Kim, C
Brookes, T
Date : 2009
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Date Deposited : 26 Jun 2011 01:18
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