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Re: Fw: Fw: sursound: The pinna and Ambisonics/cross post
From: Peter Lennox <peter@LENNOX01.FREESERVE.CO.UK>
Re : >mistaking a 'virtual' object for the equivalent 'real' one. ...
>For instance, the sound of a mobile phone on tv is almost
>from an actual phone (if they are the same tune); ....is this just
me? - I find
>the same with sirens, tills etc.
>Now, when was the last time you mistook the output from your tinny tv
>speaker for anything other than a speaker?
>So, we could put this this way: "when does a speaker not sound like
>itself" - a) when sounding like another, or b) when in a different
>-I wonder if members of this list can come up with any other examples?
Well, as has been the point, the sound of some given (real/virtual)
source might yet be similar, however, the actual _location_ of the (r/v)
source will greatly differ (e.g., as to directionality, "level of
presence") ... -- Sorry, I for my modest part can only report some
opposed experiences : (personal) amazement might sometimes rather have
been due to the fact that it is (almost) always well distinguishable
whether the sound in question does come (directly) from some loudspeaker
or yet from another potential (inside/outside) source, even in cases
where it does "mix" well with the (context of the) speaker's sound
itself (e.g., in pitch, "rhythm", ... ; concerning sirens as well as
birds). This should apply, however, and quite naturally, less to case
"b)", i.e., when being in a different room.
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