Haas Effect

Haas effect is a bin-aural psycho acoustic effect regarding the sound source localization. It is known as the “precedence effect” or the “law of the first wavefront” and it was define and described by Helmut Haas in his Ph.D. Thesis in 1949. Shortly put, our hearing mechanism determine the position of a sound source based […]

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Sound

The term “sound” refers to the mechanical waves that is an oscillation of pressure. The mechanical waves or the sequence of mechanical waves have the capability of propagation through all forms of matter: gas, liquid, solid, and plasma.

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