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Tag Archives: Binaural Room Transfer Function
Talk: Simulating Room Acoustics
Posted on 11. December 2015 by Sascha Spors
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.
Spatial audio impulse response compilation
Posted on 5. February 2013 by Sascha Spors
Benjamin Bernschütz from the Laboratory for Acoustics, Audio Technology and Audio Signal Processing of the Cologne University of Applied Sciences has released a set of acoustic measurements under the Creative Commons license. The released data includes spatial impulses captured at … Continue reading →