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Very Helpful Dec 4 2006
By Fesal Toosy - Published on
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This is the first book (properly written) on Immersive Audio Signal Processing so a big thumbs up. A USC graduate myself, I have much respect for the Authors. Like most DSP books it includes a couple of (redundant) chapters on transforms and filter design. The books assumes the reader has basic knowledge of DSP and all the required math background.
The chapter on Acoustics covers several useful topics but still needs more elaboration. New to this area, I had to refer to other resources to fully understand the concepts and mathematical equations. The topic of Psychoacoustics is also briefly touched. The book becomes much more useful from the 4th chapter on Immersive Audio Rendering and the following chapters on Equalization. A good thing is that these chapters also include material from both the authors research papers and refer to a large number of useful papers and journal articles. Future directions in research that are mentioned at the end of each chapter could be quite useful for people that are beginning their research in Immersive Audio.
Overall I would say that the book is a good effort and would be very useful for graduate and PhD students doing research in this area.