A method to convert stereo to multi-channel sound

R. Irwan, R.M. Aarts

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Abstract

While stereo music reproduction was a dramatic advance over mono, recently a transition to multi-channel audio has created a more involving experience for listeners. A new method to enhance the conversion from stereo to multi-channel sound reproduction is presented. A better sound distribution to the surround channels is achieved by using cross-correlation technique, and a stable center image is obtained using Principal Component Analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSurround sound : techniques, technology and perception : the proceedings of the AES 19th international conference, 2001, June 21 - 24, Schloß Elmau, Germany / Ed. Guenther Theile
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherAudio Engineering Society
Pages139-143
ISBN (Print)0-937803-43-x
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Irwan, R., & Aarts, R. M. (2008). A method to convert stereo to multi-channel sound. In Surround sound : techniques, technology and perception : the proceedings of the AES 19th international conference, 2001, June 21 - 24, Schloß Elmau, Germany / Ed. Guenther Theile (pp. 139-143). Audio Engineering Society.