Category Archives: Reproducible Research

Release 2.3.0 of the Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Matlab/Octave

A new version of our Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Matlab/Octave is available. The highlights of the new release include a correction of the absolute amplitudes in WFS and a new and improvement point selection for HRTFs/BRIRs interpolation which should … Continue reading

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Paper: Improved Driving Functions for Rectangular Loudspeaker Arrays Driven by Sound Field Synthesis

The paper Improved Driving Functions for Rectangular Loudspeaker Arrays Driven by Sound Field Synthesis by Sascha Spors, Frank Schultz and Till Rettbergs derives improved driving functions for rectangular loudspeaker arrays by applying the equivalent scattering approach. The following supplementary data … Continue reading

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Release of Two!Ears Auditory Model Version 1.3

A new release of the Two!Ears auditory model is available You can download the release on the Two!Ears website. Check out the installation guide. This release fixes mainly bugs and adds the following two new features: Blackboard system: * Improve … Continue reading

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Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox 2.2.1 released

Since our last announcement here at spatialaudio.net, two new releases of the Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Matlab/Octave have happend. The highlights of the new versions include a new online documentation at http://matlab.sfstoolbox.org and a new online theory documentation at … Continue reading

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Release 0.3.1 of the Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Python

We are pround to announce release 0.3.1 of the Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Python. This release features Calculation of the sound field scattered by an edge Various driving functions for sound field synthesis using an edge-shaped secondary source distribution … Continue reading

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Release of Two!Ears Auditory Model Version 1.2

A new release of the Two!Ears auditory model is available You can download the release on the Two!Ears website. Check out the installation guide. Besides lots of bug fixes, this release features: Blackboard system: * Replaced GmtkLocationKS by GmmLocationKS * … Continue reading

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Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox 2.1.0 released

A new release of the Sound Field Synthesis Toolbox for Matlab/Octave is available. The highlights of the new version include several improvements for time-domain NFC-HOA simulations, new virtual line sources for WFS and NFC-HOA, and the ability to set t=0 … Continue reading

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Two!Ears Auditory Model 1.1 Released

A new version of our software framework was published today, please go to the download section and have a look at the installation guide in order to try it out. Besides lots of bug fixes, the main new features of … Continue reading

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Release 0.2.0 of the Sound Field Toolbox for Python

Release 0.2.0 of our Sound Field Toolbox for Python is available. The Python port of the Sound Field Synthesis toolbox features the calculation of the synthesized sound field for various sound reproduction methods for the monofrequent case. Functionality for visualization … Continue reading

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Talk: Simulating Room Acoustics

Sascha Spors gave a talk on the simulation of ear signals using the binaural simulator of the two!ears project. The simulator is available as open source, as well as the two!ears auditory model.

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