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Auralizatin - as you might remember - is the technique used in room acoustic computer modeling, that enables you to "listen" to the orchestra in the simulated, nonexisting room. The technique has fascinated acoustic consultans, their clients, architects, researchers, etc., for years. But quite frankly how realistic or how close does this technique simulate the real world?
Very little work has been done in order to compare real situations with simulated, simply because it is quite complicated to do this kind of comparison. For instance, how do you simulate the directional characteristics of an orchestra on a stage?