Digital Preservation and Access to Aural Heritage Via A Scalable, Extensible Method


Preserved acoustics can be reproduced virtually through a process called computational auralization, which provides sensory access to reconstructed aural heritage through digital audio technologies. Our scalable process transforms aural heritage data into immersive listening experiences in distinct audio environments, from multichannel studios, to public theaters and concert halls, to home systems, to individual listening over headphones or earbuds.

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