A typical stereo records are being made to listen by speakers. That is a sound engineer makes the stereo mix to the adaptation of sound for listening of one channel by both ears. Therefore, you will be tired during a long time headphone listening more by a super-stereo effect than by a poor design of headphones. What’s missing in headphones is the sound going from each channel to the opposite ear, arriving a short time later for the extra distance traveled, and with a bit of high frequency roll-off for the shadowing effect of the head. And the time delay to the far ear is somewhat longer at low frequencies than at high frequencies. The Bauer stereophonic-to-binaural DSP (bs2b) is designed to improve headphone listening of stereo audio records…
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freeDSP ~ DIY Audio DSP Project
The freeDSP is an open-source digital signal processor family for the do-it-yourself community. The applications range from active loudspeaker concepts (digital crossovers, bass enhancement, …) and room equalization over advanced musical effect processors to car audio signal processing.
Convolver ~ A Convolution Plug-in
Convolver is a DSP Audio convolution plugin for Windows Media Player or any application that accepts DMOs or DirectShow filters