Subject: Re: Psychoacoustics [Re: Free workshop on spatial hearing and spatial audio with Wave Field Synthesis demos on MAX/MSP]
From: Philippe-Aubert Gauthier (Philippe-Aubert.Gauthier@USherbrooke.ca)
Date: Fri Nov 25 2005 - 11:49:56 EST
Spatial hearing is surely transformed, but maybay they learned to deal with
In case of full hearing loss at one ear, most of the spatial hearing theory
about monaural listening should apply (see again Blauert on this). But I don't
know any "official" details for specific hearing losses.
Using two functionnal ears give us the chance to reduce the perceived coloration
and reverberation in room, as an example.
Selon Linda Seltzer <email@example.com>:
> Any comments on the differences between spatial hearing in
> hearing-impaired listeners vs. listeners without impairments? I have
> two friends who have suffered hearing loss and I would like to know about
> whether their spatial perception is affected.
% Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, ing. jr , M.Sc.
% Étudiant au doctorat en reproduction de champs acoustiques
% GAUS (Groupe d'Acoustique et de vibrations de l'Université de
% [ Sherbrooke)
% CIRMMT (Centre for Interdisciplinary research in Music, Media
% [ and Technology)
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