At the 138th AES Convention in Warsaw, we presented the freely available database of single-channel and binaural room impulse responses (RIRs and BRIRs) measured in our rectangular 64-channel loudspeaker array at the University of Rostock under varying room acoustical conditions. The RIRs have been measured at three receiver positions for four different absorber conﬁgurations. Corresponding BRIRs for head-orientations in the range of ±80° in 2° steps with a KEMAR manikin have been captured for a subset of seven combinations of position and absorber conﬁgurations. The data is provided in the Spatially Oriented Format for Acoustics (SOFA) standardised in AES69 standard for file exchange. The database can be used to study the inﬂuence of the listening room on multichannel audio reproduction.
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