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  1. Computer Audiophile Readers, I would like to seek your opinion on my algorithm of sound processing as if heard in an ancient Greek theatre. The processed versions are available at ancient-acoustics's sounds on SoundCloud - Hear the world with originals referred in the descriptions. Some further explanation of the algo is available on my blog July | 2012 | Ancient Acoustics It would be great to know what you think, how you find the effect of the processing. I have some positive feedback from the authors of the presented music like 'very nice', 'very good sound', 'what a beautiful atmos in your theatre', 'it's a shame modern theatres do not provide this delivery [of sound]', so the solution may be interesting to you. Let me know what you think. I would be happy to answer the questions you may have. Cheers, Piotr