disclaimer: this user is getting seriously confused.
On 02/28/2010 01:56 PM, email@example.com wrote:
> To reproduce the field of a real source, you need *all*
i can see how a soundfield mike would capture (and thus include in the
first-order signal)those aliased components, but then what about a
panner? following your argument, shouldn't we add higher-order aliased
components into a panner matrix?
> A first order horizontal decoder with 4 speakers will
hmm. i still don't see from this explanation why 1st order horizontal
sounds worse over 8 speakers (or 12, for the sake of argument) than over
just six, even if i'm in the sweet spot.
(who is about to crack open a can of fizzy InstaMath(tm) extra-strong)
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