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Recording of anechoic symphony music
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Acoustics 08 Paris 6431 When designing the acoustics of a concert hall, it would be beneficial to be able to use real recording of a symphony orchestra in auralization. The technical constraints for such recordings are high. First, the instruments have to be recorded separately, as in simultaneous recording the cross talk between microphones can not be avoided. Second, the recording room should be anechoic. Third, the instruments have different sound radiation patterns, thus the instrumentsdoi:10.1121/1.2936008 fatcat:m34bv64lvbfgtfcvjrpjnlnbsy