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An overview of selected pseudo-stereophonic techniques : B.Sc. Thesis
Michele Perrone, 2020, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Stereophony is a method of sound recording and sound reproduction that uses two separate audio channels, two for each process. In contrast, monophony uses only one audio channel. Stereophonic sound is thus affine, to some degree, to human binaural hearing because it can reproduce some of the ambience and localization cues that were present during the recording session. For this reason, stereophonic music recordings are generally preferred over their monophonic counterparts. To make the sound of monophonic recordings more natural, many pseudo-stereophonic techniques have been developed; these techniques process monophonic sound into stereophonic sound. In this thesis, we review in detail five such techniques, of which we implemented and tested two. Our results show that pseudo-stereophony, when applied appropriately, can create more natural nuances in monophonic recordings and can reduce listening fatigue.
Keywords: Pseudo-stereophony, audio processing, music
Published in DKUM: 14.12.2020; Views: 675; Downloads: 52
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