Significant measurable audible distortions are generated during real-time room acoustics dereverberation, which are far greater in magnitude than those expected from identical simulated (off-line) dereverberation experiments. Long inverse filters worsen this effect. Possible mechanisms for such discrepancy between simulated and real-time tests are examined. It is also shown that dereverberation based on complex smoothing is immune to such errors.
Hatziantoniou, Panagiotis D.; Mourjopoulos, John N.
Affiliation: University of Patras, Patras, Greece
JAES Volume 52 Issue 9 pp. 883-899; September 2004
Publication Date: September 15, 2004
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