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You might recall our work on equatorial microphone arrays, EMAs, (which are composed of a spherical baffle with microphones along its equator) that we highlighted in this post and demoed in this post. Such a setup needs only 2N+1 microphones to … Continue reading
At the 2017 IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics (WASPAA) we presented the contribution: Winter, F.; Hold, C.; Wierstorf, H.;Raake A.; Spors, S. (2017): “Colouration in 2.5D local wave field synthesis using spatial bandwidth-limitation.” In: … Continue reading
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
Article: On Analytic Methods for 2.5-D Local Sound Field Synthesis Using Circular Distributions of Secondary Sources
In the IEEE/ACM Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing (Volume:24 , Issue: 5 ) we published Winter, F.; Ahrens, J.; Spors, S. (2016), “On Analytic Methods for 2.5-D Local Sound Field Synthesis Using Circular Distributions of Secondary Sources,” In: … Continue reading
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
We are proud to announce the first release 0.1.0 of the Sound Field Synthesis toolbox for python. The toolbox is purely written in Python. It currently features the calculation of the synthesized sound field for various sound reproduction methods for … Continue reading
Sascha Spors and Franz Zotter gave a tutorial on the foundations and practical aspects of sound field synthesis at the 138th Convention of the Audio Engineering Society. The slides of the tutorial can be downloaded under the DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1025.5527.
After a few years I finally managed to end my PhD thesis and published it under CC BY 3.0: Hagen Wierstorf – Perceptual Assessment of Sound Field Synthesis It derives different sound field synthesis driving functions for Wave Field Synthesis … Continue reading
Sascha Spors gave a keynote at the 55th International Conference of the Audio Engineering Society (AES). The talk “The Adventure of Spatial Sound Reproduction” gives a personal view on recent achievements in spatial sound reproduction. The slides can be viewed … Continue reading
Due to the efforts of Johannes Zmölnig a debian package for the SoundScape Renderer (SSR) is now available. You can check out the details here.