- Jul 21, 2020
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Couldn't there be a microphone that would be on all of the time and analyzing the sound live and making adjustments for each track? AI could do that. That's basically what DLSS does I think. It actively manages the settings on graphics and adjusts them on demand.The DSP load for audio is actually pretty straightforward; the Trinnov Altitude32 manages to perform all the decoding, XO, EQ, RC, speaker remapping, etc., for 32 channels, using an Intel i7 from seven years ago (or more). It's totally software driven.
The real need is in-room analysis and modeling of the acoustic space. So complete speaker radiation models are needed, as are reflectivity maps of the room (captured using a mic array), then ray-tracing, fluid-dynamics type of calculations to predict in-room behaviors. Finally, generating placement, treatment, and Room Correction parameters that can be used.
As a famous SciFi series says: Space, the final frontier. To boldly go where no one has gone before.