Spatial audio processor refers to the techniques and algorithms for manipulating and enhancing audio signals to create a three-dimensional (3D) sound experience. It involves the processing and manipulation of audio content to accurately reproduce spatial attributes such as sound direction, distance, and room ambience.
Spatial audio processor techniques use various algorithms and technologies to analyze and modify audio signals. These may include binaural processing, ambisonics, wave field synthesis, or other spatial audio reproduction methods.
The primary goal of Spatial Audio Processor is to accurately reproduce the spatial characteristics of sound, allowing listeners to perceive audio sources as originating from specific locations in 3D space.