Human hearing beats the Fourier uncertainty principle

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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Not giving any opinion here but it does support why I think our hearing or perception is better than we think. I think, we give way to much credit to computers at times and not enough other times and don't trust our ears enough when we should. How confusing it all is !
    Anything to do with helping me create a more realistic space in my mix environment, the better I say !

    Humans may not have the hearing of a dog but I think we do a pretty good job discerning spatial degree's in our surroundings. In audio, we have gone from mono mixes to creating a pretty realistic virtual world which is what Chris Stone has done with his DVZ Strings. When you listen to his examples, you go, okay, I get this whole spacial thing more.

    Here is something more about "hearing"

    Human hearing beats the Fourier uncertainty principle
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Spatial Hearing, Interaural Loudness Differences, and Distance Hearing: Interview

    And this is rather interesting too:


    Spatial Hearing, Interaural Loudness Differences, and Distance Hearing: Interview with Norbert Kopco, PhD

    And just to troll to see what others come up with and to stimulate this topic anyway it goes :)

    The effect of spatial separation

    https://www.google.ca/search?q=The+effect+of+spatial+separation&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-beta
     

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