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Analysis on Multiple Scattering between the Rigid-Spherical Microphone Array and Nearby Surface in Sound Field Recording
The sound field recording with a rigid spherical microphone array (RSMA) is a newly developed technique. In room sound field recording, when an RSMA is close to a reflective surface, such as the wall or floor, the multiple scattering between the RSMA and the surface occurs and accordingly causes the error in the recorded signals. Based on the mirror-image principle of acoustics, an equivalent two-sphere model is suggested, and the multipole expansion method is applied to analyze the multiple scattering between the RSMA and reflective surface. Using an RSMA with 50 microphones the relationships among the error in RSMA output signals caused by multiple scattering and frequency, direction of incident plane wave, and distance of RSMA relative to reflective surface are analyzed.
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