Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems

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Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems. / Myatt, Tony; Peter Lennox, Peter.

Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Auditory Display. Vol. 2011 Budapest, Hungary : I.C.A.D., 2011.

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Myatt, T & Peter Lennox, P 2011, Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems. in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Auditory Display. vol. 2011, I.C.A.D., Budapest, Hungary. <http://www.academia.edu/1423725/PERCEPTUAL_CARTOONIFICATION_IN_MULTI-SPATIAL_SOUND_SYSTEMS>

APA

Myatt, T., & Peter Lennox, P. (2011). Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Auditory Display (Vol. 2011). I.C.A.D.. http://www.academia.edu/1423725/PERCEPTUAL_CARTOONIFICATION_IN_MULTI-SPATIAL_SOUND_SYSTEMS

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Myatt T, Peter Lennox P. Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems. In Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Auditory Display. Vol. 2011. Budapest, Hungary: I.C.A.D. 2011

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Myatt, Tony ; Peter Lennox, Peter. / Perceptual cartoonification in multi-spatial sound systems. Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Auditory Display. Vol. 2011 Budapest, Hungary : I.C.A.D., 2011.

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