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A flexible software tool for perceptual evaluation of audio material and VR environments

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Audio evaluation makes use of listening tests that allow the presentation of audio stimuli and gather data on their influence on human perception. Due to the rapid technological advancement and application-specific protocols, such work typically requires the experimenter to develop custom software that suits the experimental design and/or incorporates technological advancements, i.e., spatial audio. This article describes a publicly available listening test suite (BO-LTS) that allows standardised and sensory analysis evaluation protocols to be built with a high degree of flexibility, whilst supporting multichannel audio processing and the use of Virtual Reality (VR) environments

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