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Inaudible Systems, Sonic Users : Sound Interfaces and the Design of Audibility Layouts in Digital Games

Inaudible Systems, Sonic Users : Sound Interfaces and the Design of Audibility Layouts in Digital Games

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LUERSEN, Eduardo Harry, 2021. Inaudible Systems, Sonic Users : Sound Interfaces and the Design of Audibility Layouts in Digital Games. In: Gamevironments. University of Bremen. 14, pp. 50-84. eISSN 2364-382X. Available under: doi: 10.26092/elib/919

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